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08 Feb 2017 12:18

Advice on how to tackle Milan-San Remo as part of a rental agreement.
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08 Feb 2017 21:31

Mr.38% wrote:Advice on how to tackle Milan-San Remo as part of a rental agreement.

Rather, 'learning' how to win Milan-San Remo. ;)
"This is the Tour that will determine If I can drink espresso at the Garda lake the rest of my life"
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08 Feb 2017 22:04

'Not sexist but medallist' (SDB)
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Re: Names for dope and doping!

09 Feb 2017 00:29

motoroiding
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09 Feb 2017 09:19

Valv.Piti wrote:
Mr.38% wrote:Advice on how to tackle Milan-San Remo as part of a rental agreement.

Rather, 'learning' how to win Milan-San Remo. ;)

Oops, missed "Getting" up front. But I like this one here much more:

Being surreal in training
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Re: Names for dope and doping!

10 Feb 2017 06:45

"Alternative facts"
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10 Feb 2017 18:45

Romain Bardet insists he is "stronger and more mature"
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02 Mar 2017 16:57

British Cycling chairman Browning with an apt description of a tax-payer-funded national level doping scheme:
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https://twitter.com/DominantDomest1/status/837344644493103104
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02 Mar 2017 19:03

sniper wrote:British Cycling chairman Browning with an apt description of a tax-payer-funded national level doping scheme:
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via @dominantdomest1
https://twitter.com/DominantDomest1/status/837344644493103104


Brilliant.

Failures = Huge medal haul for British Cycling!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Hahahahaha!!!
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03 Mar 2017 15:10

Well, does "staff members' medicine cabinet" qualify?

Ridiculous explanation.
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03 Mar 2017 21:16

"You're trespassing i'll call the police"

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25 Mar 2017 17:43

"I've rediscovered the feel...."

Philippe Gilbert.
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31 Mar 2017 15:49

"I feel good in my skin"

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31 Mar 2017 15:54

"I found something new and I am happy about it.”

Philippe Gilbert.
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08 Apr 2017 22:01

".. I feel a little bit more recharged. "

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12 Apr 2017 09:08

Epstein-Barr Virus
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12 Apr 2017 14:28

glassmoon wrote:Epstein-Barr Virus

Care to elaborate?

Using this logic we can say the same whenever ANY rider is sick or injured. "Aru's injured knee" or "Alaphilippe's knee injury" is a name for doping using this logic.

Not saying Cav is not doping because out of all the sprinters I think he's most likely to be or has been doping at some point. But to call a diagnosis of mono a cover for something more sinister, or caused by something more sinister is reaching.
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12 Apr 2017 16:29

Irondan wrote:
glassmoon wrote:Epstein-Barr Virus

Care to elaborate?

Using this logic we can say the same whenever ANY rider is sick or injured. "Aru's injured knee" or "Alaphilippe's knee injury" is a name for doping using this logic.

Not saying Cav is not doping because out of all the sprinters I think he's most likely to be or has been doping at some point. But to call a diagnosis of mono a cover for something more sinister, or caused by something more sinister is reaching.


Why?

This is a slight tongue in cheek thread, no?

But..

Bilharizia has been given as an excuse for bad performances to disguise obvious doping, why not EBV?

Cancer has been given as an excuse.
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12 Apr 2017 16:38

Benotti69 wrote:
Irondan wrote:
glassmoon wrote:Epstein-Barr Virus

Care to elaborate?

Using this logic we can say the same whenever ANY rider is sick or injured. "Aru's injured knee" or "Alaphilippe's knee injury" is a name for doping using this logic.

Not saying Cav is not doping because out of all the sprinters I think he's most likely to be or has been doping at some point. But to call a diagnosis of mono a cover for something more sinister, or caused by something more sinister is reaching.


Why?

This is a slight tongue in cheek thread, no?

But..

Bilharizia has been given as an excuse for bad performances to disguise obvious doping, why not EBV?

Cancer has been given as an excuse.

I was only commenting on the comment above, not the whole thread. It's been months since I read the entire thread but I just wanted an elaboration on why they chose to name Epstein-Barr as a cover for doping. I guess the same could be said for "cancer" and "bilharizia". Normally an elaboration would be warranted, no? Otherwise we're just spouting words with no real meaning other than to tie them to doping. Yes this is a tongue-in-cheek thread but we still have to back up any insinuations or accusations. Having Epstein-Barr virus is not common knowledge as a cover for doping or caused by doping, therefore an explanation is required.
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12 Apr 2017 20:54

Irondan wrote:
glassmoon wrote:Epstein-Barr Virus

Care to elaborate?

Using this logic we can say the same whenever ANY rider is sick or injured. "Aru's injured knee" or "Alaphilippe's knee injury" is a name for doping using this logic.

Not saying Cav is not doping because out of all the sprinters I think he's most likely to be or has been doping at some point. But to call a diagnosis of mono a cover for something more sinister, or caused by something more sinister is reaching.

thought this supposed to be a "funny" thread. pls don't spoil it for us.
#justclinicthings ;)

PS: functional dehydration is still my favorite one though.
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