I have an account specifically following pro riders only, so I will sometimes post any interesting tweets I come across.Jarvis wrote:His twittering has become tiresome.
Patrick_Schmidt wrote:Lance has already flunked for corticioids & EPO in July 1999 alone.
Caught with cow blood bags, IVs and insulin in July 2000.
Pharmstrong has NEVER been drug tested by Don Catlin (as promised in his Cancer pension plan annuity comeback marketing effort) nor tested for:
female fertility hormones
daily micro dosing of EPO
cow blood spinners (Actovegin, Hemopure, Polyheme)
LIVE WRONG is a pharmacy fraud!
Seeing how I wasn't born yesterday, of course I realize that his tweets could be made up.Jarvis wrote:Shogun, you do realise that those Twitter things could be made up? I mean, it's not as if he manipulates the media now is it?
Oops. I should have clarified, Jarvis... I didn't mean you were the troll! :cool:Jarvis wrote:A troll? Not at all, just an opinion.
Shogun wrote:I wonder how many doping controls other top riders have had to submit to so far this year. It seems the vampires are following Lance everywhere he goes, which I don't find entirely surprising, but still interesting.
Tom Morris wrote:It means nothing. Many of the substances that are used are not detectable. Others are not detectable if they are used in many small doses instead of a large single does. The big thing is blood transfusions with your own blood, and there is no test for that.
cody251 wrote:Wouldn't the blood passport and HC level tests indicate autologous blood transfusions?
cody251 wrote:Its' probably the money, at least female cyclist Liz Hatch might think so: "USADA testing. As a team VK has only had 2 tests in 3 years. How do I look at that? Women=clean or bigger fish to fry?"
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