How is that the fault of ISAF? So what if they have a case file on him and have interviewed him twice already. They are obliged to look into it, even if it is petty bullshit.No. It means someone has complained and potentially offered some new information. There was one case last year where a lawyer had his research assistant digging into Cat 1's histories to try and get them reclassified.
It's pretty hard for most people to understand how Bora can spend 365 days/year doing nothing but sailing at his age without one of the 50 programs he races for paying his way. It is most certainly not normal and people who don't know him well are going to question it. He's a very unique individual and probably a bit of a mystery to the average guy reading a copy of Sailing World.
Think about it: The guy is on the cover of, or featured in, just about every sailing publication on the planet, hangs out with a well known pro 99% of the time, and doesn't appear to have a traditional job of any sort. It's hard to find a top level event in the US that he isn't at. It makes him an easy target.