- Mar 25, 2013
Deschamps has been well spoken about here. His was 51.2. Just recently he gave evidence behind closed doors to a French Senate hearing into doping.Briant_Gumble said:Thanks for posting.
In the part where Giuseppe D'Onfrio is going through the graph he's charting the Haematocrit values from February to May is that for the team as a whole or one player?
It says by May the Haematocrit on the graph is over 50 if that refers to the team as a whole that suggests a very high level of doping.
I remember reading on here, I can't remember where that Didier Deschamps (who was a member of that Juventus team) was once tested with a Haematocrit of 55.
This section from the book "An Introduction to Drugs in Sport: Addicted to Winning?" might be of more use to you. It also shows D'Onofrio saying Tachinnardi and Conte used EPO to recover from anaemia.
http://books.google.ie/books?id=IfB-Opqg1QUC&pg=PA166&lpg=PA166&dq=deschamps+51.2+haematocrit&source=bl&ots=M55QJkYlJ7&sig=5AWYWqVYWSAiEK6sUGX0MrxQzJY&hl=en&sa=X&ei=Ge-bUfq3J8PC7AbW6IGIDA&redir_esc=y#v=onepage&q=deschamps 51.2 haematocrit&f=false