Aquariums. Especially the National Aquarium in Baltimore. Track & Field Time: The New York Time isn't giving up on Alberto Salazar and the Nike Oregon Project! In today's article, the allegations include: Dathan Ritzenhein's claim that Salazar pushed him take thyroid medication, that Salazar and Dr. Jeffrey Brown administered "L-carnitine infusion procedures" in, if true, exceeding amounts allowable by WADA/USADA, and that Dr. Brown 1altered medical records of athletes. This is in addition to earlier reports that Salazar pushed his athletes to get therapeutic use exemptions (TUEs) purely to enhance performance, not as a medical necessity. New York Times (May 19. 2017) - 'This Doesn’t Sound Legal’: Inside Nike’s Oregon Project Is the Nike Oregon Project in trouble......NOW? NO! - FAKE NEWS! Besides, athletes/coaches/staff should be innocent until proven/tested guilty. or No - But WADA/USADA's policy on TUEs are WAY too relaxed. or YES! - There's doping violations going on.