Private Medical Records Of Mo „Guinea Pig„ Farah Revealing The Drugs Sporting Chiefs Allowed To Take
Posted by addisethiopia on September 19, 2016
Mo Farah’s Hacked Medical Records Reveal Team GB Star Had Two Therapeutic Use Exemptions
Mo Farah’s medical records have been published online by a group of Russian hackers – leaving the four-time Olympic champion under pressure to clear up discrepancies in his previous declarations on steroid use.
The group of cyber-criminals, known as the Fancy Bears, was among 26 new athletes from 10 countries to see personal data leaked.
The latest information published, which relates to therapeutic use exemptions (TUEs) the athletes were granted so they could take medicine that would otherwise be banned, was stolen from the World Anti-Doping Agency’s data storage system.
This leak reveals that Farah was granted a TUE for the corticosteroid triamcinolone in October 2008 and another in July 2014 when he was placed on a morphine drip after collapsing following a training run.
My Note: Give the dog a bad name and hang him
They were aggressively accusing and attacking Orthodox Christian athletes from Ethiopia and Russia to cover up their crimes.
Read it how they attempted to demoralize gullible Ethiopian athletes: GB athletes have ‘doubts’ over result of women’s 1500m Rio race
Attack is the best defense!
Of course, no action will be taken against these disgraceful criminals, as they control every international organization, and the lamestream medias.
Everyone was asking how and why do the British swipe so many medals at the Rio Games. The answer obvious: not only were banned substances helping them win medals, but also because its direct competitor, the Russian team, was heavily penalized.
Besides, the British have seized key posts at Wada, IAAF, the Paralympic Committee. Their people are everywhere, they are securely covered and compete and train without hassle.
Look how many of the power-addicted Lords and Sirs of Little Britain are in charge of the sport world’s bodies:
Sir Craig Reedie, CBE (born 6 May 1941) is a British sports administrator, noteworthy as the current president of the World Anti-Doping Agency,
Lord Sebastian Coe staged a ‘successful’ Coupe d’Etat against the African, Lamine Diack, to become IAAF President
Michael Brian Cookson is president of the International Cycling Union / Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI)
Mark Adams is IOC spokesman