Originally Posted by rearnakedchoke
his test came back with a higher than normal ratio of testosterone to estrogen ... which is what raised the flag ... true you cannot tell testosterone levels from urine but from blood ... his urine levels showed a high t/e levels ... sonnen did show reports of his blood levels in the low to medium range, but if you watched the hearing, you could see that sonnens team didn't have their stuff together and were all over the place ... the csac didn't do a blood test to determine this, all they had to show was that according to their tests, sonnen had higher levels of test to estrogen in his urine which was one of the reasons he was suspended.
Your statement really has me confused. First you say test can't be told from urine, then all other statements mention test in urine.
Not all doping is determined through just urine or just blood tests. Both tests need to be done to best catch all doping types. An example is 1-testosterone which is best tested using a urine sample rather than a blood sample.