It always starts small and ends up big. I said this all week. Something would happen.Catwhoorg said:Intelligence lead anti-doping.
Police seize stuff at raids, then follow the leads and grab more of em.
I look forward to more and more shakedowns.
Wait whut He said he was anti-doping and he now might be snared in a doping scandal.Zam_Olyas said:Jeremy Whittle
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I spent a day with Remy di G a few years back; he was a whippet climber, clearly anti doping and very wide-eyed. Sad news
What is the evidence that he was supplying?thehog said:I think there will be a lot of worried guys in the peloton today. If Remy was supplying then a few guys may have hit him up after Sky has been tearing up the field. Phones tapped I can see more arrests before the week is out.
We could behave like USP and UKP fans and state that he is not guilty untill fully proven!!! ^^Zam_Olyas said:Who could have thought
There's not any scientific evidence Sky dopeDr.Sahl said:We could behave like USP and UKP fans and state that he is not guilty untill fully proven!!! ^^
I hope we will see alot more cleaning up, but I doubt it.. it will just be these two teams to take off some of the talk about Sky
The police took him in flagrante delicto, or they was trying to take him in flagrante delicto?roundabout said:
You said something (I assume drug related) would happen at the Tour de France. Truly you *can* foresee the future. What about the Olympics? Surely nothing drug related will happen there. Are you able to use your foresight again?thehog said:I said this all week. Something would happen.
According to the previously quoted article, Interpol was involved. So it's highly likely it was a cross border incident (otherwise why would Interpol be involved), and probably within European jurisdiction. Trafficking seems a good bet.riobonito92 said:What is the evidence that he was supplying?
Selon nos informations, l’interpellation de Rémy Di Grégorio (Cofidis) ce mardi sur le Tour de France serait liée à l’utilisation de substances interdites et notamment de stéroïdes. L'Office central de lutte contre les atteintes à l'environnement et à la santé publique (Oclaesp) enquête depuis un an sur le coureur français de l’équipe Cofidis. Lundi, en présence d’un agent d’Interpol, les gendarmes de l’Oclaesp ont organisé l’opération de ce mardi, qui consistait à prendre le Marseillais en flagrant délit.