Sunday, November 22, 2015

A dialogue

5 comments:

  1. So I take it there's no response from Dr. Miller?

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  2. ATP secures record $160m in deals as sponsors flock to 'clean' image
    The boss of the ATP said that tennis's reputation as a 'clean' sport was helping it attract blockbuster sponsorship deals

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/newsbysector/retailandconsumer/leisure/12010475/ATP-secures-record-160m-in-deals-as-sponsors-flock-to-clean-image.html

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    1. I'm stunned.....

      That's a pretty brazen attitude, given that the landscape of modern pro-sports makes it clear that no sport should think it's safe, and such statements can come back to haunt you.

      “People see [tennis] as a clean sport" That phrase is key. It's all about perception.

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  3. Here is an interesting and meaningful article:

    Victor Conte explains flaws of anti-doping efforts in "Doped"

    It also features Conte, who boils down the strengths and weaknesses of anti-doping programs in a way that even the most casual fans can understand.............

    http://www.nydailynews.com/blogs/iteam/victor-conte-discusses-flaws-anti-doping-efforts-dope-blog-entry-1.2380155

    Question to "Tennis Has a Steroid Problem":

    why don't you get in touch with Mr. Conte to ask him some interesting questions?

    Have a try, you'll never know if you don't!!

    Best regards.

    Fabrice

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