As with PEDs, Conte went all in, rebuilding the BALCO model with a legal training method. He studied hypoxic-hyperoxic training and began accumulating and tinkering with equipment. His current gym includes a 12-foot high, 18-foot diameter, clear plastic tent connected to a series of small machines called oxygenators (they look like dehumidifiers and cost $5,000 each; Conte has 25 of them), which control the concentration of oxygen in the tent and allow boxers to simulate high-altitude training. Next to that is a smaller tent with a stationary bike used for active recovery. In other parts of the gym there are next-generation, treadmill-type machines connected to oxygenators and masks that the athletes wear in training to manipulate oxygen levels.
Bonds, who was arguably the biggest athlete to be accused, refused to admit that he took steroids, and was even indicted in 2007 of perjury. His trial started in 2011, and he was convicted of one count of perjury, although an appeals court overruled that verdict in 2015. While there is no proof of his involvement, and he has never admitted it, critics of Bonds still say that he did use steroids, citing his increase of size, and his drastic increase in his stats despite the fact that he was still not even 30. Jones was implicated in the scandal after she admitted to federal authorities that she took steroids, although she thought that they were flaxseed oil. She returned the gold medals that she earned at the 2000 Olympics, and officially retired from the sport.
Technically speaking, BALCO is extinct, but Victor Conte is a free man and still running a business called "Scientific Nutrition for Advanced Conditioning" or "SNAC." After serving a four-month prison sentence prior to pleading guilty in 2005, he no longer sells illegal steroids, but various supplements and vitamins. Patrick Arnold and Greg Anderson each served a three-month jail sentence after pleading guilty with Anderson serving an additional three-month house arrest sentence. Recently Anderson was incarcerated again after being found in contempt of court for refusing to testify about Barry Bonds and Gary Sheffield’s use of banned steroids.  BALCO is not completely dead however; on the SNAC website, Conte has BALCO apparel for sale.