If it's cynical about the anti-doping accreditations of the nations, it's an Olympic sport, it's going to be gold, gold, gold for Australia.
Australians, of course, do not cheat, do not take drugs. After all, Australia is the land of a "fair move." When the Australians make a positive result, it is assumed that there is a justifiable explanation, an innocent mistake.
My mom gave it to me. My coach gave it to me for a headache. We were told that everything was fine.
If there were excuses given by foreign athletes, it would have been in the hands. When one of ours, we are much more willing to forgive.
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Mac Horton refusing to share podium with Chinese champion Sun Yang sheds light on double standards in Australian sport when it comes to drugs.
Horton is depicted as an anti-doping hero for his silent protest, and some even resemble the act of disobedience to that of the Black Powers. of African-American athletes Tommy Smith and John Carlos in their fight against racism in the United States
I have no problem with Horton, who is fighting for pure sport, where athletes earn through skill and hard work, although he could choose another forum to express his opinion. even before the latest disclosures allowed bottles of his blood to be hammered in a drug test. Horton's disregard for his Chinese rival is before that.
At the Rio Olympics in 2016, he said this about Sun, after the Chinese star had enforced a three-month ban on testing a positive substance found in a drug, which he says he accepts as a hearty complaint: "I do not have time either I do not respect cheat for drugs. "
But he does not seem to have too much trouble with other athletes who violate anti-doping rules like teammate Thomas Fraser-Holmes who returns to the long-time squad in Guangzhou
Fraser-Holmes is one of the two Australian swimmers serve for a 12-month suspension, starting in 2017, for skipping three drug tests within 12 months. The other was Jarrod Purt. One third, Madeleine Groves, was banned from banning it after FINA found that the tests had not done enough to find her a third test. ” style=”width:100%;display:inline-block”/>
Mac Horton competes with Australian teammate Thomas Fraser-Holmes, who suffered a 12-month ban last month. , I think Horton would condemn Fraser-Holmes and Purt. Moreover, given his silent protest on the world stage this week. Well, he's silent, but he was not in protest.
We did not hear anything from him when he competed with Fraser-Holmes in the 200-meter freestyle-style final of Australia's world swimming test last month. We have not heard anything this week.
One is to resist an international rival, another against his own teammate.
Fraser-Holmes has not missed a drug test, unlike Sun. His experience, according to his attorney, of more than 200 clean tests shows that he is not a deceiver. He will pass the pub test.