anonymous asked:

Harley - need advice. Want to become a thimble-dicked jealous bogan hater who shits on young, innocent black women who grew up in a reality I could not dream of only to rise to become the best in the world in their sport using tons of heart, dedication and discipline, but I want to accuse them of being on steroids even though I'm the only one who has abused & lied about steroids. Any advices brah?

You mean the runners who are coached by Jama Aden and set world records?



I bet you used a livestrong braclet as a cockring when you used to fap off to Lance posters on your bedroom ceiling right?

You can apologize to me any time you want mate.

WORLDS BEST DISTANCE RUNNERS ARE DOPING 100% and if you had any personal experience with taking PED’s (you fucking dont) you would understand that and if you have any idea how VITAL oxygen vector doping is you would be able to laugh with my videos vs get offended when the truth is clearly shown to you.

PS: Remember you can apologize to me any time you want mate.

PPS: The ONLY reason you know I took steroids is BECAUSE I FUCKING MADE A VIDEO ABOUT IT ON YOUTUBE AND TOLD THE FUCKING WORLD YOU DICKHEAD! I didnt ‘get caught’. I didnt even compete and didnt have a UCI license at the time and I WAS THE ONE WHO TOLD THE WORLD YOU MORON LOL!

That is like you making a video about how easy it is to make a vegan pizza and then I say ‘ha!!! he is a vegan pizza eater!! a liar!!’. BUT YOU FUCKING SHOWED ME ON A PUBLIC VIDEO AND THAT IS THE ONLY REASON I KNOW! BECAUSE YOU FUCKING SHOWED ME! IN PUBLIC! FOR THE FUCKING WORLD TO SEE!

PPS: You are so fucking blinded by hate and jealousy that you can’t comprehend the truth even when it is spelled out for you and proven over and over again.




After coach's arrest, Dibaba says she's 'crystal' clean

RIO DE JANEIRO — New 1,500-meter Olympic champion Faith Kipyegon sat at a podium not long after winning her first major title — when she beat the world-record holder in the process — and watched reporters fire questions about doping at the woman on her right.

A hard introduction for the 22-year-old Kenyan and former junior champion, perhaps, but welcome to track and field in 2016.

Sitting to the right of her, Genzebe Dibaba of Ethiopia, the reigning world champion and record holder, promised reporters she was “crystal clean,” a commitment she was asked to make after her coach was arrested in Spain and held for three days in June on suspicion of supplying banned substances.

The coach, Jama Aden, was released but remains under investigation and cannot leave Spain. Suspicion has moved over to athletes under his control.

“The rumours roaming around the world are deeply affecting me,” said Dibaba, who won silver behind Kipyegon. “I have communication with Jama. It’s solely, purely and solely, training and execution and competition. And this (the rumours ) adversely affected my performance, my psychology. I’m completely and crystal clean from doping.”

Suspicion is reasonable in this middle-distance event after six of the top eight finishers in the 2012 Olympic final in London — including gold medallist Asli Alptekin and silver medallist Gamze Bulut — either were disqualified or are facing allegations of using performance-enhancing substances. Some were caught years later.

What will be said and written about this race in years to come?

Dibaba had been tested “four, five, six” times in the buildup to the Rio de Janeiro Olympics, she said, speaking through an interpreter.

As for Aden, Dibaba said he is “only under investigation” and she had received no further information on his case from Spanish police. She would stand by her coach if he was cleared.

Kipyegon, aware her country is under heavy scrutiny amid doping allegations, said she and Kenya were “going by doping control” rules.

And Jennifer Simpson, the first American woman to win an Olympic medal in the event, was asked how she would react if her coach, or part of her close team, was investigated for doping.

“To me, personally, it’s important who I surround myself with in my life,” Simpson said. “And who I surround myself with are people I’m proud to be affiliated with. And that’s important for anyone. Who you are connected to says something.”

Gerald Imray, The Associated Press