Hmmm I had a foot injury in high school where the bone had avascular necrosis. I had two other friends in high school that had injuries that involved avascular necrosis as well.
I guess we were all roided up back in high school, in the case of one, at the age of 14. Yep. That makes a lot of sense, db.
Mentioning injuries that happened acutely is so clueless, I don’t know where to begin. How about we add about 1,000+ high school all-stars from various sports to that list each year?
And again, with BJ, you are not providing a very clear or honest picture of what went down.
1. He was out of the sport 2 years and, when he came back, was at an age that not many athletes, doped or non-doped, ever improve or maintain their abilities. He was already going to get slower from that aging most likely and add in the fact that he didn’t compete for two years, and you have him getting significantly slower.
2. He doesn’t fit your mold at all because he didn’t have any major connective tissue injuries through 1988 (no idea about after) and trained hard into his 40s!
Mentioning Floyd Landis’ injuries has to be another joke. You’re just killing me with this. Do you care about the truth of their injuries and the causes at all?