roundabout wrote:This thread has devolved into one of the worst pieces of propaganda that I have ever read.
Did Pantani have the 52% hematocrit?
Did he need to showboat to Madonna di Campiglio with 4 minutes in hand on GC?
Did the "mafia" (who by the way?) stop him from going to Fuentes?
The argument that it was damning for UCI to pull a rider from the race with a 52% hematocrit is idiotic in the extreme.
roundabout wrote:At least I don't try to make a greek tragedy out of one of few occasions when there was at least an effort to enforce the rules.
And yes, life is unfair.
Edit: not greek, shakespearian
Edit 2: and the only perverse thing is your implication that Pantani should have been left alone to continue doping because he could not get over suffering the consequences of being uncovered as a cheat.
You are one disgusting individual.
rhubroma wrote:Another revelation was reported in today's la Gazzetta dello Sport in which it's said that Tonina, Marco's mom, wants to meet Armstrong and have a little chat:
"People are following us, they're not stupid. I've never given up and there will be some new revelations. I haven't got anything against Armstrong, they were all prey to the system, however, Marco had always said, he'd left a maglia rosa with this written on it: "what really hurts is Armstrong." I'd like to encounter him. He must confess. He needs to name names."
Granville57 wrote:That is quite interesting. Please keep us posted (in whatever may be the most appropriate thread) if this develops any further.
rhubroma wrote:I certainly shall, if anything does in fact develop.
Dazed and Confused wrote:Frankly, most of it sounds like cheap PR in the run up to a film release.
As with the fellow Armstrong, its definitely time to deliver real information.
manafana wrote:for me he was sometimes as bad as Armstrong didn't quiet go as far as him or have as big business interests but he did bully and he did always have this sole focus on himself
A race that doesn't give an attacker the chance to finish it off alone is not a race anymore.
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