Kevin Castille put more and more world records in his own age group, the older he became.
It was almost too good to be true, was thinking more of the competitors.
Now it turns out that doping has helped him to beat several records.
The 48-year-old american has tested positive for anabolic steroids and must serve a quarantine of four years. A judgment, he has chosen to accept and not appeal. It was after a race in Massachusetts, 28. april last year, Castille was tested positive.
It writes the u.s. anti-doping agency (USADA) on their website.
He was jailed in 2001 as a 29-year-old for having sold cocaine. When he came out of prison, they began looking times to sign up.
Castille ran to the participation in the u.s. OLYMPIC qualification, when he was 28 minutes and 49 seconds distanced 10 km.
In 2012, he set an american record on the 10 km for runners over the age of 40 in the run 28 minutes and 57 seconds.
the Runner had even an explanation for the fast times at a late age. He had not during, when he was in the 20's and therefore not worn the legs like many others, he should have said according to Inside The Games.
But it has since proved, that it was not only the lack of wear and tear, which gave the go.
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