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Old 01-24-13, 01:30
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Hmmm...I wonder what's going on in March? hmm...
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Old 01-24-13, 01:39
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A Bit of History by Michele Ferrari (22/01/2013)

http://www.53x12.com/do/show?page=article&id=126
I think this post by Mr. Ferrari confirms he will do a lot of favors for his million dollar clients. Sure, sure, Lance was the best and would have won the TDF w/o doping. He just doped to the gills for a decade to keep a little risk in his life.
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I think this post by Mr. Ferrari confirms he will do a lot of favors for his million dollar clients...
Speaking of "favours", how possible would it have been to "fudge" the times in the 1999-2005 Tours? You know, add a few seconds onto a rider's time, and subtract a few from another.
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Speaking of "favours", how possible would it have been to "fudge" the times in the 1999-2005 Tours? You know, add a few seconds onto a rider's time, and subtract a few from another.
IMHO, that's not worth the scandal. The UCI picking winners is about right. The only thing left for the TdF is, when did ASO know? Is the Giro for sale over at the RSO?
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In all the buzz about more lies told to Doprah, were the documents demanded ever produced by Wonderboy's people?

What can keep them tied up so long?
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Various Australian press is bashing Mike Turtur over LA and payments so that he would come to the TdU to be fawned over by Mike Rann. Sickening at the time to those in the know of course but now the public are waking up to what a nasty waste of public cash.

http://www.smh.com.au/sport/cycling/...123-2d7ji.html
http://www.smh.com.au/sport/cycling/...123-2d7id.html
http://blogs.crikey.com.au/northern/...-cancer-jesus/
http://www.sbs.com.au/cyclingcentral...ld-be-reviewed
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Check Lance out in this video mountain biking...so this is a naturally talented bike rider is it ???? what a wuss...scroll to 1 minute...after Betsy and Frankie talking.

http://www.vancouversun.com/videos/r...source=taboola


ehh !!! my 12 year old niece could come down there faster and better than our Wonderboy.

Obviously didnt think Aspen mountain warranted taking any PED's.
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So you think the majority of the blame attaches to LA, when there's clearly corruption at the highest levels of the sport's administration? Now that's naive.

I'm no Lance apologist - I disliked him well before any doping allegations surfaced. But if everyone is as satisfied with his head as you appear to be, we'll be decrying another Lance all too soon.
You fail to understand that the crux of the largest scandal in sports history is a conspiracy. The principal of that conspiracy was Lance Armstrong and not corrupt administration officials. They played a peripheral role outside the conspiracy, by being passive, wilfully blind and obtuse to the cries of scandal.

USADA's reasoned decision clearly articulated the nature and extent of the conspiracy with evidence and not speculation and conjecture about corrupt administration officials. USADA does not name the UCI, the TDF or Cycling USA as parties to the conspiracy. It names Bruyneel, Ferrari etal.

However, that does not mean to say as you suggest that the general administration of cycling is not corrupt. But show me the evidence first as opposed to your speculation. Obviously a good place to start would be with LA's "donation" to the UCI following the TDSuisse positive test, where Hamilton says LA "made it go away"
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Finally found what I needed :

Armstrong blood values variations in 2010 between March 19th and Apr 3rd :
HCT : -10% HBG : -8%


Mail from Ferrari's son on March 25th :


"Remember take it easy today and tomorrow"

Guess what happened on March 25th... But thanks to Kik he never crossed the red line since 2005

Sources :
http://d3epuodzu3wuis.cloudfront.net/JR+Exhibit+A.pdf
https://docs.google.com/viewer?a=v&p...YTNmMmMw&pli=1

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Armstrong and Penguin/Random house sued in California

http://www.guardian.co.uk/sport/2013...ued-california
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