Ironically, narcotics share the same particularity – they are more useful as an illegal good. Undoubtedly, the large supplies of narcotics come from channels protected by the government. In the books “ The Politics of Heroin in Southeast Asia ” and “ Drug Traffic: Narcotics and Organized Crime in Australia ” Alfred W. McCoy revealed that the Central Intelligence Agency, better know from propaganda movies as CIA, was largely involved in drug trafficking from the Middle East through Europe to the United States in the 1960s. If you think that narcotics are kept illegal because it’s hard to catch the “bad guys”, think again.
Jimson, my e-mail sent earlier today agrees with you and Brandon that Borzov was the greatest “made” sprinter ever. His training regimen is one example, and perhaps drugs are another [“nothing surprises”], but his mechanics were perhaps the most perfect ever. I recall one of those rolled strips of frames I saw in the ’70s that showed him lifting his hands at the gun. Two physics reasons this makes sense: 1. by Newton’s third law, raising hands lowers body more than just gravity alone; 2. the consequent motion of the hands forward and back are achieved with a shorter radius of rotation, thus making the entire motion of lift and arm drive just as fast and more effective than the “usual” motion. I’ve had success teaching this as a coach, but perhaps only because of a “Dumbo’s feather” mental factor. Thus I asked you whether you had any frames that could confirm or deny my recollections. Thanks.
Bolt was growing more popular in his homeland. Howard Hamilton, who was given the task of Public Defender by the government, urged the JAAA to nurture him and prevent burnout , calling Bolt "the most phenomenal sprinter ever produced by this island".  His popularity and the attractions of the capital city were beginning to be a burden to the young sprinter. Bolt was increasingly unfocused on his athletic career and preferred to eat fast food, play basketball, and party in Kingston's club scene. In the absence of a disciplined lifestyle, he became ever-more reliant on his natural ability to beat his competitors on the track.