Discussion in 'Pro Cycling (Road and Track Racing)' started by rich p, 10 Sep 2014.
Lawyers may get involved in this one.
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Was listening to an interview with Jonathan Vaughters and he was asked what percentage of the peloton he thinks are still doping. His response was that he doesn't know, but he really feels that the measures that are in place now make it much harder to take a ped that will have a significant affect on the outcome of a race. He felt that previously, riders on ped's were untouchable to those that weren't whereas now he thinks it is entirely possible for a clean rider to win a race.
Finish 95th in a 25 mile TT, fail a random dope test for three banned substances, then blame your wife. 4 year ban. http://www.cyclist.co.uk/news/3677/...drugs-test-after-finishing-95th-in-25-mile-tt
Not for the first time drug abuse is rife in S America,
I'm not going to my dealer and asking for an ounce of 19-noretiocholanolone and 19-norandrosterone.
Pablo Escobar and Michele Ferrari have never been seen in the same room, as far as I know!
Yeah yeah, how much did they pay you to say that?
An offer I couldn't refuse...
...or am I confusing my gangster genres
Is there more than one gangster genre?
Pablo used to be a "big sponsor" of cycling in Colombia and even had his own outdoor track; his brother, Roberto, used to be a professional. The shite I know...
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