John Savickas via Bike-racers
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Tue Apr 26 10:01:56 MDT 2016
Hum, "Got Low T?" Side effects of taking Low T medication
1. Winning more races!
2. PR at age 60 for Record Challenge!
USADA isn't broadcasting the news - Not anymore. Word is out!
Race results will have to have an *. *rider on Low T medication
Instructions say use one patch a day... What if I use 2 or 3?
From: Bike-racers [mailto:bike-racers-bounces at mailman.swcp.com] On Behalf Of
Paul Sery via Bike-racers
Sent: Tuesday, April 26, 2016 9:51 AM
To: Warsa, James S <warsa at lanl.gov>
Cc: bike-racers at swcp.com
Subject: Re: [NMCycling] Seriously?
Yeah, I read that article and they're flailing as usual. They apply an
elite, zero-tolerance standard to a population where some significant
percentage is probably positive at every local race due to prophylactic
prescription medicine use. Great way to keep the sport going.
On Tue, 26 Apr 2016, Warsa, James S via Bike-racers wrote:
> Unbelievable. Almost. The best part is someone can dope if they "prove
> to USADA that he or she is unlikely to actually win one of these amateur
> Jim Warsa
> Transport Methods Section
> Computational Physics and Methods Group, CCS-2 Computer, Computational
> and Statistical Sciences Division Los Alamos National Laboratory
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