Saturday, December 29, 2007

For Real ?

Two Swedish Olympic track and field champions, Carolina Klüft, heptathlon, and Stefan Holm, high jump, have come out in support of the idea of having athletes implanted with GPS chips to more easily track their whereabouts for antidoping controls.

"I have suggested earlier that you could operate a data chip under the skin on athletes on a certain level. Or maybe use a chain ring with a GPS transmitter on the training bag. Then everyone would know where to find us for tests. I wouldn't complain. I think we are obligated to accept most things to stop doping," said Klüft who won the women's pentathlon gold in Athens 2004. "You are so supervised anyway so it wouldn't make much of a difference. "That would be the easiest way even though it sounds science fiction and absurd," said high jump champion Stefan Holm.

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Thursday, December 20, 2007

seen at the Mavs vs. Suns game

Ready to Rumble...

...w/ Dirk on the ball...

...and another try...they still won - 108:105!

Saturday, December 15, 2007

Francis is THE man!

u23 CX-Nats, 12/5/07, Kansas City, 21° F
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