Picture the scene.
It’s the night before the US marathon trials for the 2016 Rio Olympics. Long distance runner Kara Goucher is at a table for four with her husband, her new coach and her agent, in a pokey, out-of-the-way Italian restaurant in Los Angeles. Three years previously, Goucher blew the whistle on her former friend and coach Alberto Salazar, reporting his conduct and that of the Nike-Oregon Project he leads to the US anti-doping...
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