How is it to be assumed that drugs = bad program?
No one said drugs = bad program. I've said MANY times that:
*drugs + good / average program + good talent = great.
*great program + great talent = great
Which 100/200/400m world champs (individual, male events) have been coached by Winkler, Shaver, or Schexnayder?
You said ALL-elites. Shaver, Winkler, and Schexnayder have all coached elites to the very highest echelons of the sport in speed-power events.
Although he doesn't have gold medalists, Shaver arguably has the largest elite camp in the world over the past 10 years…including Xavier Carter (perhaps 19.63 isn't good enough), Bennie Brazell (apparently being one of the most prolific NCAA sprinters ever WHILE playing football doesn't mean anything), Kelly Willie (I guess being in the top 10 all-time all-around sprinters isn't good enough), Muna Lee, Lolo Jones, Stephanie Durst, Nickiesha Wilson, and so on…
Winkler has coached world champion Perdita Felicien to be in the top ten performers of all time and Tanya Buford-Bailey to a then world-record (albiet relegated to second place).
Schexnayder has multi-time world champ Walter Davis and OG silver medalist John Moffit.
Are these athletes not elite? Are they not in speed-power events?
While we're at it, let's add Mike Holloway to the list. He's got a couple world champions in his group. Oh never mind….you'll probably tell me all that the weed that Capel and Bernard are smoking is probably a PED too!
Isn't shaver's prize athlete managed by Mark Block? You know, Zhanna Block's husband…
Give me a break. Are we really delving this deep to smear someones name?