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from Neely Runs WHAT THE HECK DOES THAT NUMBER MEAN? The gravity (concentration) of urine for my post race drug test. (I am sure that was your very first guess!) To rewind and start from the beginning, I raced the

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My Olympic Moment

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from The Athlete’s Voice The childhood dreams of a 9-year-old winning an Olympic Gold on behalf of his country never included a side of fries and a free toy. TFAA President and 2004 Olympic Gold Medalist, Adam Nelson, to testify

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Athletes Don’t Need to Dope to Break Records

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as originally posted on Quora Doping does not necessarily always give you something you don’t already have; it allows you to get to what you already have faster and more effectively. For example, the potential is already there lying dormant,

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Track Shorts: Best of 2015

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We’ve certainly had fun this year here at Track Shorts covering the track and field/road running/off road running scene.  I’m thrilled that my contract was re-upped with no salary decrease and am looking forward to an Olympic year sure to

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A Call to Action…Real Action not Lip Service

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from Journey of Joegeezi Making pledges to #cleansport are fine and dandy. However, it does literally zero to progress the sport and aid the development of clean athletes going forward on the professional side. A pledge really holds no weight

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(Anti) Doping

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from Strong at 40   My name is Adam Nelson and to the best of my knowledge I am the only athlete in history to be awarded an Olympic Gold Medal EIGHT years after the competition concluded. Some may ask

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