London 2012. The Doped Up Olympics

In the 2012 London Olympics, British athletes won 65 medals all of a sudden – their biggest tally for over 100 years – since the 1908 London Olympics when they won 148 medals.

Is there an innocent explanation to this British miracle?

Of course not.

In 1908 British athletes won so many medals because they were already doping, but doping was not yet banned then.

And while doping WAS banned in 2012, British athletes were certainly doing it again at the London Games and with a vengeance.

That is indeed the only explanation for their sudden home-soil successes — that there was a well-hidden government sponsored doping program in Britain prior to the 2012 Olympics presided probably by Lordling Coe himself, and also that they were able to interfere with the way the anti-doping labs were operated during London 2012 to make sure their cheats wouldn’t be caught.

British track and field and cycling were the most affected disciplines.

Consider.

Bradley Wiggins did well in the 2012 London games…. but he was also a one time prior Tour de France winner.. and it is common knowledge that there weren’t clean Tour de France winners for the past 40 years if ever. So that’s one likely doper for you. Ditto, Vicky Pendleton (who had the wisdom to retire on the wave of her dope-fueled success but is probably doping up her horse now) and all the rest of them really.

And as recent British cycling results show, with at least one doper caught recently, doping continues in British cycling as are efforts to defeat any disclosure.

A special testing program was likely run by the British government’s agents in the British cycling team that superseded the WADA testing and was also stricter. It was necessary to ensure that all doping substances would be masked in, or removed from, British ahtletes’ samples.

All British winners in track and field were probably doping too if only due to the fact that they were winning medals. In all probability, they were beneficiaries of a similar British “dope and hide” program.

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