The amount he took is officially classed as being declared a medical emergency. USADA didn’t report it, because they basically work for their clients, where they have clauses in their contracts, which state that they don’t need to notify the local commissions. They also let the client write up the contracts. Floyd wanted a clause adding to the contract, which stipulated that he could gain a retroactive TUE if needed. Ha! USADA are garbage. They only ever caught one guy cheating. They also don’t test both samples and they only give a brief breakdown of their findings. Floyd didn’t opt for random all year round testing. Floyd gave them the specific dates. If you look into at how it all works within the body, the PEDS are consumed throughout the year, not in camp. That’s why saline is used in camp as a masking agent. The athletes use all year round, but then mask them during camp, for if they’re tested. It’s why random testing for the duration of one camp is useless, and why IVs are banded by both WADA and VADA. If Floyd had seriously wanted to have cleaned up the sport, he’d have signed up to all year round testing with one of those other organisations.