Saturday, December 05, 2009

From the Archives: Doping Juniors in America

Settled out-of-court several years ago, but a sobering read nonetheless. Veracity can't be confirmed, ultimately, as parties signed confidentiality agreements and I wasn't there to see what Strock & Co. accused Wenzel of...but it was corroborated for me by someone with first-hand knowledge of the events at hand and so I'm inclined to believe that doping took place. As one commentator notes, however, "It's hard to pin an illness down on a single event so it is still speculation though. A settlement for same does add an element of guilt."


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