Why I'm Against Anti-Doping

This is an educational video which does not glorify or advocate drug use.
This is just a criticism of anti-doping.
East German Doping Document:
Passing T/E ratio test with testosterone enanthate:
Differences in testosterone secretion:
Designer steroids:
German doping documentary:
McLaren Report:
A summary of WADA investigations (urine substitution, doppelgängers) :
News reports:
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Doping Made Me A Man - Incredible Story of Andreas Krieger:
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  • Great video. Well done. I learned something new and have a more informed opinion.

    Grant WoodGrant Wood22 minuuttia sitten
  • +Clarence0 Hey Man on your old Q&A Vid the part 2 one, you mentioned you do rear delt flys as your accessory. how many reps do you do on em and do you do them with dumbbells bent over sitting or standing?

    BroskieBroskieTunti sitten
  • no matter what, athlete's and lifters will find way to dope. it's just wether they are taking safe PEDs or dangerous risky PEDs, personally I'd never take PEDs but I just lift for fun. not olympic level

    Jon tylerJon tyler4 tuntia sitten
  • I agree with alot of what's said, I'm fine with people using peds and think only the most dangerous drugs should be banned. The logic overall is a little screwy though. This is like saying more laws facilitate crime, which they do in some cases looking back at the 1920's with American prohibition, but I'm not sure doing the opposite is so useful. What do we do, have no laws and say the lack of power base from the monopolizers will sort itself out? Don't think the experiment's been done.

    kaga13kaga135 tuntia sitten
  • This is one of the many reasons I’ve subscribed to this guy for years, between his research, opinions, and lifting he’s amazing

    Chris DickensonChris Dickenson5 tuntia sitten
  • BONE CHILLING SENTENCES : "I cringe when people ask why I dont compete" *next stop* _PHILSBUDMUN_

    Kev699Kev6996 tuntia sitten
  • Now you got men taking testosterone blockers so they can compete against women as trans "women" brother!

    SavageRandySavageRandy6 tuntia sitten
  • “Because sports is like war telling people to stop using drugs is like going into a war zone and telling both sides they can’t use guns” holy shit Clarence is some kind of Irish vegan weightlifting natty philosopher

    Full SendFull Send7 tuntia sitten
  • Amazing video

    Eliote pkEliote pk7 tuntia sitten
  • We know you're on juice, dude. It's about as obvious as it gets. No need for videos like this.

    Vespene ProtossVespene Protoss7 tuntia sitten
  • True, its unfair to have testing when it's not 100% foolproof. But why do you take PED when you are not even competing?

    Gila BolaGila Bola7 tuntia sitten
  • Cheers man, great video!

    Juuh ElikkäsJuuh Elikkäs8 tuntia sitten
  • I'm just thinking what are the odds that khabib is on peds he was competing on a very high level with a zero lose record that everyone wanted to beat him for it, he must felt immense amount of pressure to not lose meanwhile living in Dagestan with very high connections and corruption he could easily be on peds if he wanted and non could do shit about it... Money talks

    Sultan Al JaberiSultan Al Jaberi9 tuntia sitten
  • @ADAMS lul tard

    Glide GuideGlide Guide10 tuntia sitten
  • I understand your opinion now, and I completely agree with it

    Yussef CheaitouYussef Cheaitou16 tuntia sitten
  • Anyone else think russel orhi is actually a lifetime natural?

    Russell MccuneRussell Mccune16 tuntia sitten
  • Professional sports are unhealthy even without the drugs. Constantly pushing your body to the absolute limit is not helathy.

    anomynusanomynus19 tuntia sitten
  • I endorse PRIDE JAPAN style contracts....no PED testing at all!!

    anonymousanonymous19 tuntia sitten
  • You'll neve compete at the olympics clarence. Swallow it and let the drug tested atletes to do that job ;)

    Stoycho GarnevStoycho Garnev20 tuntia sitten
  • Wait, you mean Lasha isn't natty? But seriously, thanks for this video. Been waiting for this for a looong time.

    Harris PjHarris Pj22 tuntia sitten
  • its not only ped use that makes it much Harder for athletes from many western countries. in many eastern countries or China for example an atlethe is nothing else beside that. a Russian weightlifter doesn't work a normal job for a living. the government pays him everything, the only thing he does is train and compete. to be an athlete is a honorable thing there. in Europe only high level football players are treated like that because the clubs pay so much. and look where the best players come from/ for which clubs they work.

    John DoeJohn Doe23 tuntia sitten
  • Here before the FBI barges in.

    MikeMagnumMikeMagnumPäivä sitten
  • PEDs are bullshit

    SoulSoulPäivä sitten
  • When it comes on the thing you said about sports being like war. I think for example weightlifting suits are the guns, since they are allowed. Drugs in another hand are like chemical weapons. Really effective but not allowed.

    Erblin LatifiErblin LatifiPäivä sitten
  • It may be true but, people who don't wish to put stuff in their body, should have a platform to Compete professionally. The main point to professional sports is to see what a natural humanbeing can achieve. If You use bionic arms, that's not normal. Just because some people learn how to drape skin over it or, someone allows certain people To get away with it still doesn't make it right. It's the same thing it's not natural. it's not normal. Other than that, I really like the video Everything he says about the way the system works, is probably true. I just don't agree with giving the whole system over to it, Just because the system is corrupted Nor do I agree with , though I do believe they over demonise it, It being wrong because they say it is wrong. If in the next 100 years everybody thought Hitler was right, (which political is happening with the left, who would condemn him in word but, implement his propaganda policies and Fascist thought control policies,) Hitler would still be wrong. A great percentage of well known scientists believe some odd billion years ago, nothing exploded in created all this complexity, They know that it scientifically impossible, they know that it's very much more likely that there is a creator Yet, it's become very popular to believe that there is no God. its basically the essence of why there is right and wrong. without God there is no right and wrong, this is just another example of how worldviews become popular or unpopular when all the brilliant minds everyone has built their work on formerly were theist because it was the more intellectual conclusion. Anyways, Yes it is against the purpose of the sport because, it's not just about winning, or else we would let dogs compete against humans. Maybe teach a bear how to weightlift We can a win the whole deal. It's not a natural human being competing It's more like having to compete with an engineered mechanism or something that's no longer the way it was created. So yes it is wrong. I'm not sure if there is a fix but, Either way is wrongA corrupted prevention system or boxing out all natural athletes would both be wrong

    Brett HarlessBrett HarlessPäivä sitten
  • I had no idea that even athletes competing in non-strength sports are doping. What sort of stuff would sprinters be taking, steroids?

    MachineMachinePäivä sitten
  • Awesome video.

    Kai HoKai HoPäivä sitten
  • Do soccer players(”footballers”) dope or not, I heard it is very strict and the punishment is big.

    Ahmed Al-EbrashyAhmed Al-EbrashyPäivä sitten
  • At the bare minimum, this gives me something to think about.

    WCGreenyWCGreenyPäivä sitten
  • purely gold, this video, a logical explanation and expose

    pwe pwepwe pwePäivä sitten
  • well done :)

    Yordan MadzhunkovYordan MadzhunkovPäivä sitten
  • Off topic question,when will you shift your focus onto powerlifting?

    jeddS26jeddS26Päivä sitten
  • Lmao Brian Shaw pooped up

    Christian GChristian GPäivä sitten
  • Change will come. Clarence great job!

    chrishenderson420chrishenderson420Päivä sitten
  • This is an excellent presentation regarding a topic that I did not know much about. More! More, please!

    Carlos CarterCarlos CarterPäivä sitten
  • My dissapointment is immeasurable and my day is ruined

    Big SmokeBig SmokePäivä sitten
  • Wouldn't sport then just descend into which athlete or team has the best chemists and doctors? Not suggesting it already isnt that but what is the alternative?

    Jimmy DangerJimmy DangerPäivä sitten
    • Pretty much already has......

      Inez MInez M13 tuntia sitten
    • You don't need chemists when you can legally get popular anabolics.

      ThomasShatterThomasShatterPäivä sitten
  • 40 minutes of sanctimonious whining from a steroid junkie trying to justify their heavy drug use and how it's unfair that they're not allowed to use performance enhancing drugs and compete. What a butthurt loser.

    rudolph rudolphrudolph rudolphPäivä sitten
    • If anti-doping worked 100% of the time in an unreal fantasy world I'd actually be more willing to compete in that compared to competing in an untested federation.

      Clarence0Clarence020 tuntia sitten
    • Did you not watch the fucking video? Barely any whining in it, a lot of research was put in and valid points. This is either obvious trolling or someone just coming to hate and didn't watch a single minute. Why don't you counter some of his points? Because a lot of the points he made was actually for the benefit of those who don't want to use drugs.

      Hugo StiglitzHugo StiglitzPäivä sitten
    • They put as much work in as everyone else

      Jack ApgarJack ApgarPäivä sitten
  • Im actually a bit bitter about this subject. When i was younger (and more stupid, more naive) i used to look up to many MMA fighters and wanted to be as good as them. I especially remember looking up to a guy called Alain Ngalani, he was amazingly skilled and if you look it up you can see he has an insane physique as well. When i was like 16 i used to think that if i grow a bit more in height (to 180 cm, like alain) and i train very hard i can be good at martial arts and simultaneously have a physique which is close to his by the time i'm 25. I used to train martial arts every other day and at the gym in between, so very often and very hard from 15-19 Now im 26 and i have been doing massive amounts of physical rehabilitation for all of my twenties to try to fix all the injuries i accumulated from training so hard. I had to give up martial arts and train at the gym only and i had to switch to training bodybuilding style because my body cant handle very heavy loads. I have trained over 10 years, and i have the lifts/physique of a natural who has trained hard/smart for maybe 1.5 years. As a result i fantasize daily about going on TRT so that i could make at least some gains, physique or strength wise, i dont even care anymore. Im finally getting an MRI for my shoulder next week, maybe there is something that can be fixed. Now when i look back at how stupid i was i cringe. This Alain guy is fucking clearly on roids, he would blow natural bodybuilders out the water in a competition and he is not even trying to look swole. All the stuff that happened with the improved testing in UFC, what happened to belfort, overeem etc. proves even more that they are all on gear. If only it had happened a couple years earlier it would have opened my eyes.

    bouncygangstabouncygangstaPäivä sitten
  • Red pill on doping feels like pill that women dont love men

    Asf AvAsf AvPäivä sitten
  • Great video, Clarence. This is all so often overlooked.

    SquatWhitneySquatWhitneyPäivä sitten
  • Really powerful video.

    Gregory MGregory MPäivä sitten
  • So you are using Ronnie and Arnold were on steroids too? Nooooooooooooooooooo

    Brown Barbell ClubBrown Barbell ClubPäivä sitten
  • Epic video. It's mad how many people are unaware that strongmen use gear. Let alone weightlifting and athletics.

    Stephen TomlinsonStephen TomlinsonPäivä sitten
  • The way forward is to play sports that rely more on skill rather than pure strength like cricket or association football

    Aravindh SathiyamoorthyAravindh SathiyamoorthyPäivä sitten
  • drugs are everywhere... even in sports like golf or even chess.

    Petr ValešPetr ValešPäivä sitten
  • In the US ppl have access to stuff so advanced there isn't even a test for it yet, meaning they can take it right up to the day they compete. Why do you think US athletes like Haack are right up there with non tested athletes? Whereas athletes is poorer countries need mess with the old stuff getting clean long enough before the comp..

    eeervin3eeervin3Päivä sitten
    • I think USA has more medals because of good training support and expensive coaches, how many athelete in country like India can even afford coaches like this and let alone expensive sports equipment. So drugs is just to make you stand out ...when everyone is equally strong enough.

      Ajit KumarAjit KumarPäivä sitten
  • 22:05 what supplements are more dangerous then actual anabolics?

    MansMans2 päivää sitten
    • @Mans Probably. Let's be real. A coctail of yohimbine, some amphetamine analogs and caffeine is not something that everyones heart will tolerate. Some supplements were also found to contain prohormones so people were taking them without even knowing.

      ThomasShatterThomasShatterPäivä sitten
    • @ThomasShatter is that what clarence is reffering to?

      MansMansPäivä sitten
    • Stimulants other than caffeine can be quite bad. Especially in pre workouts where people tend to overdose them.

      ThomasShatterThomasShatterPäivä sitten
  • It is what it is, even that is manipulated

    Sin identificarSin identificar2 päivää sitten
  • Our roided up guy beat your roided up guy- Bill Burr

    MuMu124MuMu1242 päivää sitten
  • These are hard truths that need to be spoken. Clarence, you are doing a service to the community. Whatever your feelings are about drug use in sports, the current system is incredibly corrupt and broken. The sooner we become honest about this topic and discourage willful ignorance (that athletes don't use drugs, or most do not at the elite level), we can improve fitness and sport for everyone.

    Benjamin FranklinBenjamin Franklin2 päivää sitten
  • That was a NICE INTRO! Very well edited. Could have easily been opening of some real documentary.

    Serhiy 123Serhiy 1232 päivää sitten
  • Well if antidoping did not exist, the country with the most advanced drugs win... it will never be fair in my opinion... and it is in the nature of the game, since humanity exists people always try to find a way to win...

    JMBSJMBS2 päivää sitten
  • do not have a real insight, my question might be dumb. you're a vegan. aren't a shitload of PEDs extracted from animals?

    1flou31flou32 päivää sitten
    • No not much anymore, the first testosterone was mashed up extract of rooster testicles

      Jack ApgarJack ApgarPäivä sitten
  • Lifetime suspensions

    Manuel Dobon SelvaManuel Dobon Selva2 päivää sitten
    • performances everywhere will drop, sport wold lose money.

      Volodya MihaelovichVolodya MihaelovichPäivä sitten
    • Is a must

      Manuel Dobon SelvaManuel Dobon Selva2 päivää sitten
  • I feel like something you could factor in is it depends on the sport. Obviously an athlete who is in a sport so based on strength as weightlifting is going to have an immense advantage over other athletes. Whereas a sport like rugby for example is a balance of skill, power, speed, and fitness, leaving how good a player is more so up to factors besides physical assets.

    Josh HJosh H2 päivää sitten
  • dope content bro

    Gulshan L.CGulshan L.C2 päivää sitten
  • When Ilya Ilyin got done I was shattered I watched most of his training videos leading up to the qualifiers he was an inspiring character and the fact that his went up in weight class and won gold more than once was amazing. Watching his journey to the 242 clean and jerk was a moment in history. Its sad to see how anti doping destroyed his career and we saw no more iiya like we did before Ilya. Its just one story.

    Jimmyson CooklandJimmyson Cookland2 päivää sitten
  • Good little documentary and research. It makes sense especially when we look at other sports such as cycling and running. Also, another issue if they managed to "clean" the sport up how many world records would need to be investigated? As ultimately the bar for performance would drop? I mean you can't even say this is farfetched due to all the scandals that have unfolded in the last 10-20 years. I believed drug-taking existed but never thought to think everyone was taking at a high level? I think my opinions changed after the Lance Armstrong situation and watching the Icarus documentary again a great documentary on this stuff.

    Richard HorsfordRichard Horsford2 päivää sitten
  • Great video

    James NewbyJames Newby2 päivää sitten
  • Fantastic video Clarence. Some really eye opening stuff in here man and these points apply not to just this domain but to others too. I like the way you think, stay strong mah man!

    TheJoyOfGamingTheJoyOfGaming2 päivää sitten
  • what IS the safest compound for those who don't care about testing?

    J MacJ Mac2 päivää sitten
    • @Ajit Kumar oh I see your point. Thanks for that reply.

      J MacJ MacPäivä sitten
    • @J Mac I won't suggest drugs unless you want to compete.. drugs are extremely toxic and alter your physiology you will not get anything

      Ajit KumarAjit KumarPäivä sitten
    • @Ajit Kumar oh. Out of the hundreds available, you are saying you have looked at every one of them and you know for a fact that they are all unsafe?

      J MacJ MacPäivä sitten
    • Its not safe.... Most drugs are extremely dangerous and must be taken under strict Medical supervision

      Ajit KumarAjit KumarPäivä sitten
  • I think the only antidoping test needed is for the day of the competition , just to avoid people to extra abuse for the day of the competition and take seriously medical risk, but yes multiple test during the year is not equal for all the country and need to be canceled

    Riccardo NurcisRiccardo Nurcis2 päivää sitten
  • Should be re-done and put on Netflix

    Ronny LøvstadRonny Løvstad2 päivää sitten
  • A great book I read in 1984, "Death in the locker room," discussed how the majority of Olympic athletes were willing to die earlier in life just for the sake of an Olympic Medal.

    paraglidingnut26paraglidingnut262 päivää sitten
  • Allowing (i.e. forcing) athletes to take steroids would kill sports. Sports aren't human dogfights. It's a display of what "ordinary" men and woman can achieve. It's makes the games relatable, and that makes athletes respectable and role models. Dealing with cheaters and thieves is an unfortunate part of life.

    Agrim PathakAgrim Pathak2 päivää sitten
  • This was both educational and meditative

    Vinny PVinny P2 päivää sitten
  • Very interesting topic. I have definitely been ignorant to the realm of PED use.

    javadabaron81javadabaron812 päivää sitten
  • i look at it as not sporting because you are forced to cross a line ,physically or ethically to stay competitive in a sport you love and thats wrong ...i was a junior international shot putter for years and loads of people i beat aged 16-19 went on to surpass me and end up 20m+ world level and olympic shot putters that later got banned for steroid usage while beause i wasnt willing to take drugs had to drift away from a sport that i simply couldnt be competitive in

    John TJohn T2 päivää sitten
  • This fact is what makes Clarence so heroic. He is a man among men.......sincere, humble, quiet, temperate, wise.........I think I know him.

    Craig Castanet, D.C.Craig Castanet, D.C.2 päivää sitten
  • I find it weird that people talk about a level playing field when genetics are that different and such a massive advantage/disadvantage already

    Temporary CitizenTemporary Citizen2 päivää sitten
  • Was this video done for a university speech course? Lol

    Ryan Hill DefenderRyan Hill Defender2 päivää sitten
  • 2021 has absolutely been the year of Clarence uploads thus far.

    Jacob WestonJacob Weston2 päivää sitten
    • Maybe this is the peak of the anime

      Clarence0Clarence0Päivä sitten
  • This is pure Netflix documentary standard ... up tralee

    Donovan MortellDonovan Mortell2 päivää sitten
  • Dorian Yates was talking about the doping in olyimpics at Joe Rogan were he was talking about how they pick specific people from other countrys to get caught.

    RobinRobin2 päivää sitten
  • Dont you think if doping would be allowed at the olympics those countrys with the best laboratories will most of the time win? The improvement you get out of PEDs is to strong to be allowed. Its not about the Sport anymore than.

    RobinRobin2 päivää sitten
  • big brain video, liked it very much, keep up the good work! ill give this video 5 knee pops

    Balto X61Balto X612 päivää sitten
  • Just making me want to start taking test

    R JR J2 päivää sitten
  • Excellent breakdown. You changed my opinion of this.

    Ernest BethelErnest Bethel2 päivää sitten
  • If you allow drug-taking, then anybody who doesn't want to take drugs will have to give up elite sport. Using athletes from Eastern Eurpe and weighlifters as examples that "nearly everyone" in elite sports takes drugs is cherry-picking. Why not expose one of those we assume is "clean": e.g. Kathy Smallwood, Paula Radcliffe from my country...

    Archie WoosungArchie Woosung2 päivää sitten
    • @Archie Woosung they wouldn´t get more dangerous necessarily, currently they are already using some of the most dangerous and unstudied compounds as the safer ones are more easily detectable, the compounds that they are currently using are the ones that were left off from clinical trials because side effects were too much or because there were safer alternatives found, alternatives that because they are easier to detect can´t be used by drug tested athletes. yes many athletes are willing to sacrifice their lives for an olympic medal, but they have chosen that path and many of them will make sacrifices to be at the top with or without PEDs, whether that means taking supraphysiological doses of testosterone or dehidrating themselves extremely to get to a lower weight class, or pushing through an injury to get a lift to count. but giving them access to the safer PEDS will, if nothing else, be one step in the right direction for regulating this. i don´t get why you think we should get rid of major championships

      JMCA does liftsJMCA does lifts21 tunti sitten
    • @JMCA does lifts If you take away drug testing, the drugs will get more dangerous. Might be a shaggy-dog story, but I heard they asked some US college basketball (?) players a few years back (NY Times in 2010?), whether they would take drugs to get an Olympic Gold Medal, if they knew taking the drugs would kill them within a few (5?) years....sounds like you're saying they'd take them for a lot less. So I'd say one trade off should be, no Olympic lifting if there's no drug prohibition...or any other major championship.

      Archie WoosungArchie Woosung21 tunti sitten
    • @Archie Woosung obviously i can't speak for every lifter out there, but many do start taking drugs relatively young, mostly by peer pressure, it's sad but true, someone being young doesn't mean that they are clean. If open categories allowed PED use, but juniors, subjuniors and teens were drug tested, maybe this wouldn't be a problem, as they could focus on the basics long before drug use was "safely" (or at least not as unsafe) on their toolbox There are plenty of athletes who can get very far naturally due to their great genetics, and work ethic, but as things are right now, they will come to a point where they will have to go against really good athletes that got away with PED use (and this will happen whether or not drug test occur), so evening the playing field such that both can get away with doping with well studied compounds, is the best way to even the playing field. Yes, this will mean that drugs become a necessity to get to the top, however this is already how it works, but by removing drug testing, this can be done without risking being outcasted as a sacrificial lamb, and by using compounds that are well researched.

      JMCA does liftsJMCA does liftsPäivä sitten
    • @JMCA does lifts So the juniors who are exceptional talents were cheating from what age?

      Archie WoosungArchie WoosungPäivä sitten
    • That's pretty much how it works already, you need to dope and find ways of evading getting caught in order to be competitive at the elite level.

      JMCA does liftsJMCA does lifts2 päivää sitten
  • it's really people out here thinking that literally any pro athlete is 100% natty never ran a cycle and I have to assume that they've just never competed in any form of athletics because there's no way you could be that naive

    Sixgun SportySixgun Sporty2 päivää sitten
  • Brilliant

    Quaran TeesQuaran Tees2 päivää sitten
  • This is great man, thank you for making this

    Mitchell BouriskMitchell Bourisk2 päivää sitten
  • I started my fit life as a scary skeleton in the local gym and the bartender mixed anabolica into my protein shake (I didnt take protein powder since then) without telling me. When I left he said "tomorow you will get bigger *wink*, I mixed anabol into your drink". That is when I stopped going there often until I stopped going there at all and realized how common that is. Luckily I picked up bodyweight exercises and joined a self organized fitness group and am quite fit now. Havent been to gyms since then, other then private ones. Germany

    LockenJohny101LockenJohny1013 päivää sitten
    • @Glen Nash Also train with cattles. I did 4 or 5 shoulder press with two 24kg kettles. My weight is ~67kg. I think thats good. 80kg benchpress, 21 pull ups, 5+ muscle ups (I did 12 once, but terrible form). Flag for about 5 seconds. That is weak? I really hate gyms, the atmosphere is terrible. I mostly train outside or in pricate gym rooms if I get the chance. I will build my own too.

      LockenJohny101LockenJohny1015 tuntia sitten
    • Free anabol? What a chad, i'd love that gym. If you only do bodyweight you're weak.

      Glen NashGlen NashPäivä sitten
  • i think there should be testing, but i agree with the idea that it shouldnt impact rankings (because people will dope anyways)

    Matt KaczmarekMatt Kaczmarek3 päivää sitten
  • Great job, Thank you

    John KunkleJohn Kunkle3 päivää sitten
  • So this should be a why the olympics are a joke video.

    The chosen OneThe chosen One3 päivää sitten
  • the only smart decision would be legalize every PED in every sport...

    Alessandro BettinAlessandro Bettin3 päivää sitten
  • Excellent video, i enjoyed that

    kurt gabbidonkurt gabbidon3 päivää sitten
  • Really enjoyed this video. Eye opening and very good arguments put forth. Thanks Clarence

    Chris GirolamoChris Girolamo3 päivää sitten
  • Above all, athletes from small countries without big doping programs are always fucked.

    Luis NunesLuis Nunes3 päivää sitten
  • Whoop

    Jimmy SagetJimmy Saget3 päivää sitten
  • Stupid

    Boss BoyBoss Boy3 päivää sitten
  • "I don't tink... number tree.... turd place.... thurteen"

    Damn SonDamn Son3 päivää sitten
  • 1. ``If you are born in a westernized country, it is almost impossible to be competitive..``? How do you explain the fact that the US and the UK are amongst the most successful teams in summer Olympics, pretty consistently? Even if you take swimming or athletics - irrespective of strength sports - the UK & US are among the best. 2. If the Olympics is so corrupt like you state, why are the best athletes trying to compete in it? If the Olympics` rules say no doping is allowed, why don`t enhanced athletes compete in competitions where doping is allowed and leave the Olympics alone? Can we establish once and for all that if it`s in the Olympics` rule books that doping is not allowed, athletes who are caught doping are cheating!? Yes or No?

    customisedfitnesscustomisedfitness3 päivää sitten
  • WADA doesn't do their job at all in Bulgarian competitions they test only 2 people from about 200 people in the entire competition. They came just to say that they came.

    Valentin ValentinovValentin Valentinov3 päivää sitten
  • I'm glad there's people like you out there that are willing to speaking on these topics with respectable authority. Your kind only gets rarer and rarer over time.

    altandrewaltandrew3 päivää sitten
  • Excellent

    Kreshnik VllasaKreshnik Vllasa3 päivää sitten
  • Hello Clarence! I just wanted to say that you are one of my idols. I try to train the movements that you do. I appreciate how honest and straight to the point, you are!

    Mario DimitrovMario Dimitrov3 päivää sitten