maddslacker wrote:Actually it's only the USADA, UCI has taken no action yet.
http://www.usatoday.com/sports/cycling/ ... 57258616/1
fat_billy wrote:Oh yeah, Lance took second place in a 36 mile MTB race in Aspen today. The teenager that beat him will test clean I'm sure. Lance's foundation has taken in record donations since all this crap so I guess he is still winning. Go out and buy some Nike products since they didn't drop his sponsorship. Go Lance! Later,
taylor757 wrote:lance is an outstanding rider and he won those tours hands down. it is to bad that our government, the french, and the the riders who were so jealous of his wins can cause so much grief. i fully understand the reason he has given up the fight and fully support him.
Once the procedure this announcement sets in motion has run its full course, here’s what the Tour de France results will look like:
1999: 1. Alex Zulle 2. Fernando Escartin 3. Laurent Dufaux
2000: 1. Jan Ullrich 2. Joseba Beloki 3. Christophe Moreau
2001: 1. Jan Ullrich 2. Joseba Beloki 3. Andrei Kivilev
2002: 1. Joseba Beloki 2. Raimondas Rumsas 3. Santiago Botero
2003: 1. Jan Ullrich 2. Alexandre Vinokourov 3. Tyler Hamilton
2004: 1. Andreas Klöden 2. Ivan Basso 3. Jan Ullrich
2005: 1. Ivan Basso 2. Francisco Mancebo 3. Alexandre Vinokourov
Take a moment to consider the names that were elevated in Armstrong’s absence. With the exception of Andrei Kivilev, during their careers each of those riders tested positive for doping, confessed to doping in the Festina scandal or were strongly implicated in Operacion Puerto. Be not confused: This is not a fix for one simple reason: It does nothing to solve the doping occurring today.
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