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Swimmer Koga's doping ban reduced to 2 years

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Money talks.

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Disgraced Australian swimmer Shayna Jack (ligandrol again) is going to seize on this finding like a liferaft in the ocean.

Apparently there's a lot of contaminated supplements out there, why would any swimmer with a brain keep on taking them?

Like many others, I remain unconvinced.

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Apparently there's a lot of contaminated supplements out there, why would any swimmer with a brain keep on taking them?

I believe they have a list of supplements that are supposed to be clear. If one of those supplements are tainted, they have recourse. If they're taking unapproved supplements, they only have their own selves to fault.

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Always the same..

Step 1. I know nothing about it. Im as surprised as you.

Step2. I have never taken anything...

Step 3. It must be a tainted supplement.... beef... spicy food....

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Mack Horton is going to burst a vein at this news.

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Just allow doping, because these up and down rulings show the doping agency doesn't care. One person dopes and gets 4 years, another will get 1-2 years, and certain Chinese will be allowed to physically smash their blood samples with a hammer and you know, no smoke, no fire. Just a warning will suffice.

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A lot of Japanese like to ignore this and the more recent case of doping while decrying how other nations are corrupt and dope all the time (when Japan has no medal hope). I think they're honestly trying to leave in the option of him doing Tokyo 2020.

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