Someone said :
I would say how you can create a human being who weighs more than 120kgs [18st 12lb] with no body fat, only muscles without the use of something?
The lack of testing certainly helps to explain why the numbers of failed tests at the top of the game are still relatively low, despite the recent bans and suspension for the Wasps forward Ashley Johnson. UK Anti-Doping (Ukad), the RFU, World Rugby, the Six Nations and European Professional Club Rugby, 623 anti-doping tests were carried out on players from England’s top two divisions last season. In the 132 matches of last season’s Premiership, there were 16 tests.
There are tests and there are tests and the whole system knows it.
How were the two new Zealanders picked up in the French system for steroid use but then miraculously doctors certificates were produced ? The testers should have been made aware of drug use Before the sample was tested with the medical justification.
It's not get caught then produce an excuse it's supply all information to the authorities beforehand.
It's obvious they play a game with the testing bodies and everybody is aware of it and they try to avoid detection - the issue is in fact player health because ok they drug up to boost performance and win for a few years end result on their Health is unknown but shortened lifespan is probably assured. Are they consciously making that choice?