26 Feb '17, 12am

Reincidentes

Reincidentes

“Coach Salazar appears to know that there seems to be nothing prima facie against the rules about injecting less than 50ml of L-carnitine. Thus, when according to the Sunday Times he wrote his athletes saying “When asked (by drug testers) about an [intravenous] infusion, you are to say no. L-carnitine and iron in the way we have it done is classified (technically) as an injection. So no TUEs [therapeutic use exemptions] and no declaration needed, not online and not when asked about infusions when getting drug tested in or out of competition,” he was not instructing them to lie as a message board headline said (that we linked to on our homepage). He was telling them to follow the letter of USADA rules. Under normal circumstances, our reading of the rules is that an infusion of something less than 50ml, even via a drip, is not technically an infusion that needs to be reporte...

Full article: http://www.letsrun.com/news/2017/02/leaked-usada-report-2...

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USADA is continuing to investigate Alberto Salazar's use of L-carnitine:

USADA is continuing to investigate Alberto Sala...

flotrack.org 26 Feb '17, 3am

based on a leaked USADA document. The report centers around the Oregon Project's use of L-carnitine, a legal substance. Th...