Isn't it more like gaining entry (in a non-destructive way, like if they left a window open?) and photographing some documents from an unlocked filing cabinet? Still wrong, but trespass and espionage more than B&E or stealing. Not said but implied and there it is again. What ability is it testing, though? Cycling? Tactics? Or genetic qualities such as high VO2, lactic acid tolerance or not having asthma? I suggest that testing cycling and tactics are sport and the last is indeed eugenics and NOT the point of sport, elite level or not. To be fair, I'm not sure that British Cycling or Team Sky understand the difference either, hence stuff like the unwarranted continuing emphasis on time trialling in this country and the part of the Sky plan that seems to be basically attempting to hire the most powerful riders and boringly grind along at max power whenever they think others can't match them. Some of the most entertaining bits of Team Sky riding are when Froome apparently just can't resist trying shoot out or striking at a less-than-theoretically-ideal time in the hope of surprising competitors.