I've seen Hefferman's statement, and I can't say I'm impressed. Rejoicing in the downfall of a competitor, even if it is self-inflicted and due to something like this, is so not classy. Of course it's not the same as doping, but you know what, I don't consider it good sportsmanship, either. I'd rather see someone say, I'm competing clean and anyone who can't do that shouldn't be competing, or see an expression of disappointment or anger about it. But gloating, no, I can't get behind that. So there are now any number of clean athletes I'd rather see on the podium.