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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Messi, May 31, 2019.
Maybe she just works hard and diets right.
A nobody as a junior??? 4th fastest time in all classes in the 200 that year and the 2nd fastest time in the 400...
They don't test collegian women track athletes for PEDs?
Yeah and then the next year smash every single record on the books? Not just beat them but smash them? Yeah 4th place is a good job but it's not smashing records.
As Gordy points out, to say she was a “nobody” her JR year, in and of itself, is absurd.
The girl was a soccer player. Played soccer her entire life, and pretty much all year (spring season, fall season and indoor season). Track was always just a “means to an end” for her. She ran track to supplement soccer.
As she got a little older, she found out she was pretty good at the track thing, and dedicated herself to it instead.
She comes from a very motivated, hard working family, and she is the same way. Motivation is a powerful thing.
I don't know any real reasons. I know what I was told by a close personal friend who is a track and field trainer. That is what I am going off. I am not the only one. He said almost every single track coach in Des Moines didn't think she was clean. I am not accusing her. I am just going by what everyone told me.
Big news day for ISU track / XC
Bro. You can't say stuff like this when you roll out the avatars you do. I mean you can, but...
Bodies are judged in athletics ALL OF THE TIME. Men and women.
Seems like a limb I wouldn't want to go hang out on.
Looking at her junior year track photos she doesn't look THAT much different from her senior year to think she's using PEDs. Seems irresponsible to fan these rumors.
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The guy who constantly uses scantily clad women as his avatar is white knighting. Quite unexpected.
I'll be waiting patiently on your replies to those who criticize or compliment the bodies of our male athletes.
You'd be right when it comes to the posts about her build and it's effect on athleticism.
But there's a huuuuge gulf between good/bad weight gain for football performance, and "she'd be a superstar with those looks."
To be honest...I hesitated to write that...and tried to be careful! Honestly...not trying to be offensive! I would have said the same about a young man in the same circumstance.
Okay, that is bigger and badder news.