Discussion in 'Pro Cycling (Road and Track Racing)' started by rich p, 10 Sep 2014.
I bet they kept looking until they found one.
Juan Sebastien Molano (UAE Team Emirates) has been removed from the Giro by his own team because of 'unusual physiological readings' - he's Columbian and this sounds a bit like Henao's case - and they seem to be taking a similar approach to what Sky did with Henao.
Durasek and Koren supended in the Austrian Schmidt investigation.
Retired Petacchi, no surprise really, and Bozic a DS for Bahrain Merida too.
I notice there is no mention of Sky/Ineos perhaps they have cleaned up their act or paid vast amounts of money to Wada.It is a hotchpotch affair whichever way you look at it.
Or they were only doing their own thing back in 2012 with jiffybags. We don't know. One day the investigation will conclude!
Have you got another record you can play?
Get you in the mood for the Giro...
Still rife in South America but good that the UCI are able to catch the cheating bastards
We wuz robbed!
Juan José Amador refuses to accept positive test as Manzana Postobon stick by rider
The plot, and blood thickens, with Operation Alderlass snaring some more Slovenian and Bahrain Merida links.
Let's hope that it's only old school and not the new generation of Slovenes.
Maybe the UK teams pay the UCI and WADA enough money to left alone and manipulate the press.
By George, I think you may be onto something.
That's a interesting theory that's not been heard before.Id get on to them,you might have uncovered something there.
Just heard this on eurosport.
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