DFA123 wrote:Even if we work on the (imo, unlikely) assumption that doping is no longer prevalent throughout the peloton; in theory all it takes is one qualified doctor. One doctor to arrange the program and supply the meds - especially if the doping is mostly done in training camps or away from races. Presumably such a doctor would be very well paid, so what motivtion would there be for them to talk? Also add in the fact that it would break medical confidentiality/ethics and probably lead to them being struck off and disgraced.
In theory could easily have a program separated from his teams, with very few people knowing about it, or maybe one running in parallel to whatever the teams provide.
This should be one hell of well-paid doctor, his wife his nurse, currier, team doctor, DS, everybody who see the training data, blood data.
Especially in the case of Froome, Contador, Quintana, Nibali, Sagan GVA any piece of suspicious evidence must have very high market value.
But of course, I can be very mistaken and naive.
I do hope that Armstrong will lose all his money as I do not mind Sagan will lose his one if he is fraud.