Four-Year Ban for Gatlin


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Postby MJD » Fri Jan 11, 2008 9:01 am

212,000 google hits for high school and steroids and that is after the clamp down. Who knows what was going on in the eighties.
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Postby bad hammy » Fri Jan 11, 2008 9:29 am

gh wrote:A bit of history: the Cali age-group track world was agog at Jones's jaw-dropping performances years before she was 16. She was clearly one of history's greatest sprint talents from the get-go.

Still world age group record holder as follows:

100 meters

Age 15 - 11.17
Age 16 - 11.14

200 meters

Age 15 - 22.76
Age 16 - 22.58


Don't have US-only records.

http://dominique.100free.com/
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Postby Pego » Fri Jan 11, 2008 10:24 am

MJD wrote:212,000 google hits for high school and steroids and that is after the clamp down. Who knows what was going on in the eighties.


What has that got to do with Gatlin?
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Postby EPelle » Fri Jan 11, 2008 10:45 am

What I stated above, namely no one is immune from that stuff simply because they are nice kids, go to church, have well-known names and run fast. It:s speculative, and in a court of law, it would be objected. This is a message board, however, and one is simply turning the coin over.

Do high school students ever take drugs? What do you KNOW about Gatlin that suggests he never did, since you suggest he was not involved in that stuff? We both have the same issue: Neither knows, so you go with his character. Strike one on your side... oops, make that two-strikes and four years.
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Postby gh » Fri Jan 11, 2008 10:51 am

So Gatlin shouldn't have taken his prescription medication at all?
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Postby EPelle » Fri Jan 11, 2008 10:59 am

Yes, he should have -- and did. He was prescribed that medication for a specific problem, and he had every right to attempt to get better with the advice of a licensed professional skilled in combatting such illnesses.

Does being Justin Gatlin mean that he didn:t take steroids, however? No.
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Postby gh » Fri Jan 11, 2008 11:01 am

So where does his second strike come from?
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Postby EPelle » Fri Jan 11, 2008 11:05 am

His first strike has been documented as lapse on his part for not listing his ADD medication. This you know. It was never repealed, rather he was permitted to compete despite the positive finding (positive in the language of that time). Again, looking back on what AAA posted in their adverse finding, at no time did any organisation or Gatlin attempt to have the language of that "foul" striken.

Since he has been shown to have been in violation of the strict-liability rule, one naturally questions if/when he was introduced to PED:s in the first place (or was exposed to them -- even inadvertantly).
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Postby Pego » Fri Jan 11, 2008 11:12 am

EPelle wrote:Since he has been shown to have been in violation of the strict-liability rule, one naturally questions if/when he was introduced to PED:s in the first place (or was exposed to them -- even inadvertantly).


Don't you think, the above is no more than a huge "leap of faith"?
The burden of the proof is that he did, not that he did not.
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Postby EPelle » Fri Jan 11, 2008 11:15 am

The burden of proof shifts backward in retrospect in this case, as he has been proven to have been liable for drugs found in his system.
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Postby bad hammy » Fri Jan 11, 2008 11:18 am

EPelle wrote:His first strike has been documented as lapse on his part for not listing his ADD medication.

So what you are saying is that the first strike was a clerical error, not a use of PEDs, yet others around here have used that to indicate that Gatlin was dirty since grade school.
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Postby EPelle » Fri Jan 11, 2008 11:21 am

Clerical error or not, Gatlin didn:t protest the verbage of that strike, neither did IAAF. Therein was the big problem for AAA in hearing this case and judging the former decisions. His attempts at washing away that stain were done so in vain (calling himself a juvenile at the time, etc). That defence, in-and-of-itself, raised the red flags higher.
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Postby gh » Fri Jan 11, 2008 11:40 am

EPelle wrote:...
Since he has been shown to have been in violation of the strict-liability rule, one naturally questions if/when he was introduced to PED:s in the first place (or was exposed to them -- even inadvertantly).


Uh no, I don't question that at all. Akin to listing milk as a gateway drug since everybody used it as a kid.
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Postby EPelle » Fri Jan 11, 2008 11:48 am

If you can hide something inside of it. 8)
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Postby MJD » Fri Jan 11, 2008 12:02 pm

Pego wrote:
MJD wrote:212,000 google hits for high school and steroids and that is after the clamp down. Who knows what was going on in the eighties.


What has that got to do with Gatlin?


I am talking about two athletes here.
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Postby MJD » Fri Jan 11, 2008 12:03 pm

EPelle wrote:The burden of proof shifts backward in retrospect in this case, as he has been proven to have been liable for drugs found in his system.


Exactly right and what the blinder types aren't getting. Bunch of lawyers. This isn't a court of law. The question now becomes, prove to me you were clean before the second bust.
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Postby gh » Fri Jan 11, 2008 12:16 pm

Sorry, I quit operating under the Napoleonic Code in 1852.
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Postby Pego » Fri Jan 11, 2008 12:17 pm

MJD wrote:
EPelle wrote:The burden of proof shifts backward in retrospect in this case, as he has been proven to have been liable for drugs found in his system.


Exactly right and what the blinder types aren't getting. Bunch of lawyers. This isn't a court of law. The question now becomes, prove to me you were clean before the second bust.


This is the biggest fallacy of yours and EPelle's argument. You have to prove somebody is dirty. Gatlin was so proven once. Once, not twice. This is the only difference between our positions.
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Postby EPelle » Fri Jan 11, 2008 12:23 pm

I:m sorry, but you continue to look the other direction and ignore the AAA ruling:

If the IAAF “eliminated” any period of ineligibility because it believed that, under the circumstances either there should have been no finding of a doping violation or because Mr. Gatlin had “no fault” in that violation, then the first offense should not be considered to be a prior offense for purposes of the award for a second violation. This Panel is unable, on the record before it, to ignore the first doping violation, but shall retain jurisdiction to amend this award in the event that Mr. Gatlin receives from IAAF or otherwise, a ruling which might alter the view of the first offense in 2001.


The Dissent hereing makes an impassioned case that the facts and circumstances of that first offense, namely the advice of the USATF and USADA that it was sufficient for athletes simply to discontinue their non-competition use of medications, and law, namely the Americans with Disabilities Act and Swiss Law, compel the conclusion that Mr. Gatlin essentially had no fault at all in the first offense. The Dissent does not explain, then, why that first panel found a doping violation. If the standard in 2001 was simply negligence, and Mr. Gatlin was not negligent because the actions and advice of the USATF and USADA had to be considered as part of the anti-doping rules or an interpretation of those rules, then the appropriate conclusion would, it appears to the majority, have been a finding of no doping offense. However, that was not the case.
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Postby MJD » Fri Jan 11, 2008 12:26 pm

Pego,

I believe he was dirty and you won't convince me otherwise. You can believe whatever you want. You believe he was not guilty between his two busts. Huge difference.
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Postby Pego » Fri Jan 11, 2008 12:27 pm

EPelle wrote:I:m sorry, but you continue to look the other direction and ignore the AAA ruling:

If the IAAF “eliminated” any period of ineligibility because it believed that, under the circumstances either there should have been no finding of a doping violation or because Mr. Gatlin had “no fault” in that violation, then the first offense should not be considered to be a prior offense for purposes of the award for a second violation. This Panel is unable, on the record before it, to ignore the first doping violation, but shall retain jurisdiction to amend this award in the event that Mr. Gatlin receives from IAAF or otherwise, a ruling which might alter the view of the first offense in 2001.


The Dissent hereing makes an impassioned case that the facts and circumstances of that first offense, namely the advice of the USATF and USADA that it was sufficient for athletes simply to discontinue their non-competition use of medications, and law, namely the Americans with Disabilities Act and Swiss Law, compel the conclusion that Mr. Gatlin essentially had no fault at all in the first offense. The Dissent does not explain, then, why that first panel found a doping violation. If the standard in 2001 was simply negligence, and Mr. Gatlin was not negligent because the actions and advice of the USATF and USADA had to be considered as part of the anti-doping rules or an interpretation of those rules, then the appropriate conclusion would, it appears to the majority, have been a finding of no doping offense. However, that was not the case.


Not looking other direction. I said from the beginning, I disagree with it. Actually, I consider it absurd.
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Postby MJD » Fri Jan 11, 2008 12:28 pm

gh wrote:Sorry, I quit operating under the Napoleonic Code in 1852.


This is hardly a court of law, as I keep saying.
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Postby EPelle » Fri Jan 11, 2008 12:37 pm

Pego wrote:Not looking other direction. I said from the beginning, I disagree with it. Actually, I consider it absurd.

If Gatlin is not contesting this, why are you? Where in the bulk text of his arguments do you see him say, "not guilty"? His attorneys cite some US-based rules of law which don:t govern AAA, and ask the tribunal to adhere to those practices to which they are not bound. He skirts the issue, not addresses it.

For example, Mr. Gatlin asserts this Panel should consider the requirements of the United States Sentencing Commission Guidelines (“Guidelines”) Manual for criminal cases, to determine an appropriate sanction for Mr. Gatlin’s second violation. The Panel rejects this contention.

What second violation if there never was a first one? This, from Gatlin:s own team!
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Postby Pego » Fri Jan 11, 2008 12:45 pm

I am not good at reading legalese.

I believe, a simplified position of Gatlin's legal team is this.

Mistakes were made, Gatlin's first case was not properly adjudicated, therefore should be stricken down on the fairness principle. All he was guilty of at that time was improper reporting of his prescribed medication.
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Postby tafnut » Fri Jan 11, 2008 12:54 pm

MJD wrote:Pego,I believe he was dirty and you won't convince me otherwise. You can believe whatever you want. You believe he was not guilty between his two busts. Huge difference.

Actually, unless I am mistaken, he is saying he was 'guilty' only on the second one. The first offense was generally NOT perceived as intentional PED use. Your position is that it WAS an intentional PED violation. I don't see that either.
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Postby EPelle » Fri Jan 11, 2008 1:46 pm

I:ll over-simplify here for clarity:

The IAAF and USADA determined Gatlin had not doped on purpose -- or at least had a lesser offense compared to other athletes who received two-year offenses. The first ruling stated that Gatlin did not have the TUE issued, but probably would have. In not having requested one, he is found to have been in violation, though to a lesser degree than others would have received for actual drug violations.

Why was he in violation over an administrative point? It wasn:t quite as simple as forgetting to send a piece of papers.

Insofar as there was probability (no matter how small) that the TUE would not have been issued, Gatlin was found to be at fault for not having requested one before the drug was found in his system. Gatlin has been instructed to provide proof that he did not intentionally violate the previous rules -- that he did not act with negligence on purpose. He has been unable to do so, but has rather requested of the AAA to basically dismiss it because the IAAF exonerated him (which they didn:t), or on the basis that he was a juvenile, ane his negligence was conducted very long ago.

Not knowing the outcome of a request which was never made, there exists a probability that Gatlin would have been in violation of using a drug which was not approved, just as there exists the equal and opposite, namely that he would have skated on through with proper authority backing use of his medication. If he would not have been issued a TUE, he would have been in violation of using drugs, notwithstanding, and he would have failed a drugs test (unless he could fought it).
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Postby bad hammy » Fri Jan 11, 2008 2:01 pm

That's certainly over-simple and clear . . .
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Postby donley2 » Fri Jan 11, 2008 2:16 pm

I know this is a totally different case, but for me the thing that clouds this entire conversation (when either talking about Gatlin or Jones) is the long list of Balco athletes who never failed a test. And that Kelli White was first caught for only modafinal. This at least for me leads to an incredibly high level of skepticism toward anyone caught for even the most minor offense. This for instance applies to the Torri Edwards case. Add in cases that involve coaches who have had multiple athletes busted for PEDS and i pretty much tend to side with the (default finding is guilty) view.
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Postby nokick » Fri Jan 11, 2008 3:29 pm

Who here in this forum believes the Chinese women world record holders were clean?
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Postby gh » Fri Jan 11, 2008 3:46 pm

Irrelevant what anyone believes. Not a topic that we'll allow opened for discussion. Sorry about that.

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Postby Athleticsimaging » Fri Jan 11, 2008 3:51 pm

nokick wrote:Who here in this forum believes the Chinese women world record holders were clean?


I believe regular washing was a hallmark of their daily routine....
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Postby eldrick » Sat Jan 12, 2008 12:53 am

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for 3-4/12 before she'd have been too heavily pregnant & then afterwards she'd have been in no shape to compete for at least 3/12 to get the weight off

so mr obstetrician, please tell us how on earth you expected her to compete in '03 to any elite standard ?

Alas, a new title and plaque for my wall. May I choose which university from which I was awarded this? I:ll go with Stanford University School of Medicine. Gosh, how shall I integrate this degree with my current ones?


oh you got a medical degree from stanford ?

don't flatter yourself, you'd never get the grades to get in

still, if by some miracle you did, then you are insulting taffy's uni, as you knowledge of obstetrics is non-existent

Need an answer? Ask Jones and Riddick -- who used her pregnancy as a basis of increased strength


yes

pregnancy can improve strength

have you got studies decisevely disproving this ?

During her pregnancy, Marion gained only 27 pounds. Within two weeks of giving birth, she'd lost 25 pounds. How did she stay so fit? "I trained throughout the entire pregnancy," she says. "The only days I took off were the day before Monty was born and the day he was born. Two weeks after he was born, I started training again."


you obviously have got no clue about obstetrics

no obstetrician advocates weight-training after 6/12 into pregnancy

when she meant "train" thru pregnancy - it means aerobic exercise only, NO heavy weight-training for past 3/12

now explain how quick you expect an elite sprinter to run with no weight-training for 3/12 ?

11,14 still places at nearly ever GP meet. Don:t avoid the obvious. You like to use NCAA-competition times as some sort of leverage in your arguments when appropriate (Gatlin), but not CA High School meet. Whatever. Good luck holding this argument with anyone else here who has the inclination or desire to play in the streets with you.


the reason i used gatlin's times is because he ran 19.86 & 19.99 in ncaa - world leading calibre times

11.14 is not a world leading calibre time

where's my 10.9 ?
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Postby eldrick » Sat Jan 12, 2008 1:03 am

MJD wrote:
EPelle wrote:The burden of proof shifts backward in retrospect in this case, as he has been proven to have been liable for drugs found in his system.


Exactly right and what the blinder types aren't getting. Bunch of lawyers. This isn't a court of law. The question now becomes, prove to me you were clean before the second bust.


how about all his -ve drug tests ?
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Postby EPelle » Sat Jan 12, 2008 1:31 am

oh you got a medical degree from stanford ?

don't flatter yourself, you'd never get the grades to get in

still, if by some miracle you did, then you are insulting taffy's uni, as you knowledge of obstetrics is non-existent

You honestly have no clue, and nothing further about your post is worth responding to; you:ve taken everything out of the context you, yourself put it into, and have mucked it all up. There:s no further point here.
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Postby eldrick » Sat Jan 12, 2008 1:38 am

you claim to have a medical degree from stanford

i see nothing funny about that whatsoever

i can ask taffy what sats are required to get into stanford med - if you got them & got into stanford med, good for you !

if you didn't, then don't talk nonsense about a subject such as obstetrics you know nothing about

for the record, no obstetrician woud ever recommend heavy weight-training after even 4/12 of pregnancy because of the risk of placental abruption & significant risk of death to both foetus & mother
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Postby EPelle » Sat Jan 12, 2008 1:46 am

you claim to have a medical degree from stanford

i see nothing funny about that whatsoever

Gosh, this is getting funnier by the minute. You don:t get it, no problem.

i can ask taffy what sats are required to get into stanford med - if you got them & got into stanford med, good for you !

Yes, it was a proud day of my life (Stanford University), and it was my third choice university; UCLA was my second; Georgetown was my fourth. I chose another university more in line with my academic and athletic goals, and reached many of the athletics ones, and all of the academic ones.

if you didn't, then don't talk nonsense about a subject such as obstetrics you know nothing about

I never did. Ridddick did.

for the record, no obstetrician woud ever recommend heavy weight-training after even 4/12 of pregnancy because of the risk of placental abruption & significant risk of death to both foetus & mother

Perhaps not. Call Jones and tell her she made a small mistake on the Oprah show.
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Postby eldrick » Sat Jan 12, 2008 1:52 am

EPelle wrote:
you claim to have a medical degree from stanford

i see nothing funny about that whatsoever

Gosh, this is getting funnier by the minute. You don:t get it, no problem


funny ?

claiming to have done a degree you didn't do is not funny

i can ask taffy what sats are required to get into stanford med - if you got them & got into stanford med, good for you !

Yes, it was a proud day of my life, and it was my second choice university; Georgetown was my third; UCLA was my fourth. I chose another university more in line with my academic and athletic goals, and reached many of the athletics ones, and all of the academic ones.


so ?

those sats good enough to get into stanford med ?


if you didn't, then don't talk nonsense about a subject such as obstetrics you know nothing about

I never did. Ridddick did.


so ?

where are the studies disproving his claim ?

tell me why an increased cardiac output of 20 - 25% in pregnancy for 9/12, doesn't lead to a stronger heart & stronger individual after ?

for the record, no obstetrician woud ever recommend heavy weight-training after even 4/12 of pregnancy because of the risk of placental abruption & significant risk of death to both foetus & mother

Perhaps not. Call Jones and tell her she made a small mistake on the Oprah show.


& where does she say in the oprah programme that she continued heavy weight-training right to the end of her pregnancy ?
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Postby EPelle » Sat Jan 12, 2008 2:00 am

funny ?

claiming to have done a degree you didn't do is not funny... [fizzled dribble]...

Now even funnier. tafnut got it. I:ll stop here now (gosh, how did I ever get sucked into this?) so you don:t continue digging yourself even deeper. I:m crossing to the other side of the street. Don:t let the bus (or was that boss?) hit you as you play alone in the street.
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Postby eldrick » Sat Jan 12, 2008 2:29 am

EPelle wrote:I:ll over-simplify here for clarity:

The IAAF and USADA determined Gatlin had not doped on purpose -- or at least had a lesser offense compared to other athletes who received two-year offenses. The first ruling stated that Gatlin did not have the TUE issued, but probably would have. In not having requested one, he is found to have been in violation, though to a lesser degree than others would have received for actual drug violations.

Why was he in violation over an administrative point? It wasn:t quite as simple as forgetting to send a piece of papers.

Insofar as there was probability (no matter how small) that the TUE would not have been issued, Gatlin was found to be at fault for not having requested one before the drug was found in his system. Gatlin has been instructed to provide proof that he did not intentionally violate the previous rules -- that he did not act with negligence on purpose. He has been unable to do so, but has rather requested of the AAA to basically dismiss it because the IAAF exonerated him (which they didn:t), or on the basis that he was a juvenile, ane his negligence was conducted very long ago.

Not knowing the outcome of a request which was never made, there exists a probability that Gatlin would have been in violation of using a drug which was not approved, just as there exists the equal and opposite, namely that he would have skated on through with proper authority backing use of his medication. If he would not have been issued a TUE, he would have been in violation of using drugs, notwithstanding, and he would have failed a drugs test (unless he could fought it).


ehh ???

the dissenter on gatlin's recent panel has far different views on the tue issue :

http://tinyurl.com/39phzr

IV 2 (i)
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Postby Pego » Sat Jan 12, 2008 5:23 am

eldrick wrote:
EPelle wrote:I:ll over-simplify here for clarity:

The IAAF and USADA determined Gatlin had not doped on purpose -- or at least had a lesser offense compared to other athletes who received two-year offenses. The first ruling stated that Gatlin did not have the TUE issued, but probably would have. In not having requested one, he is found to have been in violation, though to a lesser degree than others would have received for actual drug violations.

Why was he in violation over an administrative point? It wasn:t quite as simple as forgetting to send a piece of papers.

Insofar as there was probability (no matter how small) that the TUE would not have been issued, Gatlin was found to be at fault for not having requested one before the drug was found in his system. Gatlin has been instructed to provide proof that he did not intentionally violate the previous rules -- that he did not act with negligence on purpose. He has been unable to do so, but has rather requested of the AAA to basically dismiss it because the IAAF exonerated him (which they didn:t), or on the basis that he was a juvenile, ane his negligence was conducted very long ago.

Not knowing the outcome of a request which was never made, there exists a probability that Gatlin would have been in violation of using a drug which was not approved, just as there exists the equal and opposite, namely that he would have skated on through with proper authority backing use of his medication. If he would not have been issued a TUE, he would have been in violation of using drugs, notwithstanding, and he would have failed a drugs test (unless he could fought it).


ehh ???

the dissenter on gatlin's recent panel has far different views on the tue issue :

http://tinyurl.com/39phzr

IV 2 (i)


From the above linked opinion.

VII. CONCLUSION
It is deeply disturbing how the majority has played fast and loose with the facts and the
law in justifying discriminating against Mr. Gatlin. To find fault and fail to provide a
reasonable accommodation for the first violation of an athlete testing positive because of
a legitimately disability is an affront to the federal law and human rights. Such
discrimination is incompatible with the public policy of the United States and
Switzerland

It is signed Christopher Campbell. Does anybody know, who he is?
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