No. The only people who might are those who run 3 races a weekend for the cash...but I don't see any evidence/reason for someone to do that. Drugs are a way to make money. No sane person would take them to simply run faster. I would argue that taking drugs in synonymous with stealing and those who are caught should be prosecuted as if they were a common thief.
EPO is absurdly expensive. It's hard for regular joes like us to afford it. Which is why I stick with old-school blood doping, of course.BTW, thx Jake for helping me withdraw post-workout last night. Those red blood cells are going to handy down the road, and I'm always too squeamish with the needles to do it on my own.
I think you would be surprised at the number of weekend athletes who stupidly dope for the sake of winning and impressing their friends. I know this is not cycling nor Miami, but when I lived and raced in Miami there were too many rumors about local joe's that were on some juice or another. I don't see why DC would be immune.
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