That... doesn't seem normal.I know he's a professional athlete and supposed to have a ridiculous worth ethic, but very few people can maintain this in their mid 30s.
Yeah I feel like there's been a ton of speculation about Lebron too. For his age, to not be getting injured regularly, to still be at peak performance.I assume this is what Ronaldo's been doing. There were a bunch of reports going round when he signed for Juventus and they did his physical that he "had the body of a man in his early 20s" despite being in his mid 30s. It could just be marketing, but he still plays brilliantly and seems absurdly athletic for a player of his age.
He's definitely another who comes to mind, although he looks older than Ronaldo due to his hair falling out.Yeah I feel like there's been a ton of speculation about Lebron too. For his age, to not be getting injured regularly, to still be at peak performance.
The reasons seem pretty clear to me.I'm sure the last I heard, they had destroyed hundreds of samples for not entirely clear reasons.
On 5 July 2006, Fuentes was indignant that only cyclists had been named and said he also worked with tennis and football players. On 27 July 2006, IAAF was assured by Spanish prosecutors that no track and field athletes were involved. On 23 September 2006, former cyclist Jesús Manzano told reporters from France 3 that he had seen "well-known footballers" from La Liga visit the offices of Dr Fuentes.
Stop with this - we've got people on here now who like basketball.If doping is a thing in minority sports/games with only glory up for grabs...
Anyone remember the fuss over Ronaldo's knee during the 2014 World Cup? Supposedly it was completely wrecked and he was an injury away from having his career cut short. That was seven years ago and apparently he's still playing with it... Allegedly, it is getting worse, but still... It's a remarkable recovery to go from blowing out your knee at 29 to leaping like an NBA player at 36...Also Messi was quite injury-prone until Pep arrived then he never seemed to get injured.