But that would be idiotic since he didn't win all the Giro's of the last decade. "Official" bodies might be able to rewrite official records but they can't change real history...what actually happened. People who recognize all AC's wins know it's not official. They just understand what actually happened.SeriousSam said:As I've explained more than once, I'm not trolling. But ok. I'll change the tone of my posts from now on and avoid what seems to be causing all this offense.ferryman said:
Contador may consider himself to have won 2 (soon 3) Giros, but in reality, he has won only one (soon 2) because he got a backdated 2 year ban that rendered his results in 2011 null and void. Results in cycling are determined by official bodies. They are the final arbiters of what the results are, not the fans. The fact that didn't do anything wrong in the Giro 2011 is completely irrelevant.mufana said:
You may of course employ your own idiosyncratic definition of "having won" to award Contador the 2011 Giro, or even every Giro of the last decade, but the official results are that he's currently in possession of 1.