Fat chance. So I will now descend to your level Javelin Sam (my excuse being that age grading calculations might interest AW forum readers). Here is what we have comparing the 2008 achievements of Anthony Treacher and Javelin Sam according to the '2006 WMA Age-grading Calculator' on http://www.howardgrubb.co.uk/athletics/wmalookup06.html (% age performance factor in parenthesis):
% age performance factors:
100.0% = World-Record Level
> 90.0% = World Class
> 80.0% = National Class
> 70.0% = Regional Class
> 60.0% = Local Class
Anthony Treacher best 2008 results (all indoor):
60m 8.58sec (94.87%), 200m 27.81sec (91.29%), 400m 62.46sec (91.47%), LJ 4.79m (87.55%).
Already in 2009, as a 69-year-old, I have indoors 60m 8.78 sec (93.31%), 200m 28.8sec (88.86%) and LJ 4.71m (87.56%). My results are unimportant. My point, Javelin Sam, is that I am obviously none the worse for standing up for myself against BMAF.
Javelin Sam best 2008 results:
Javelin 53.30m (54.12%).
So you, Javelin Sam, are in lousy shape. A 54.12% age performance is mediocre. You criticise me and other sprinters. But on your own reasoning - you need to get a grip of yourself and address those things in your life that are affecting your javelin performance. And don't forget that apology.