Says who? You?Arked said:His "doping case" is barely a case though. It was blown out of proportion by media and people with zero knowledge about actual doping.clydesdale said:As pure spectacle, a great day, but when a man fighting a doping case goes on an 80km solo effort, it’s a little tough to take. People are comparing it to Landis, but to me it’s more Vino from a decade or so ago. Everyone kinda knew but he went on a long solo anyhow.Gigs_98 said:Even the German Eurosport commentators couldn't get around the topic of doping today. Jean Claude LeClerque is like the most optimistic person I've ever heard and still he constantly mentioned that this was suspicious as ****. When former pros think this can't be right you know what's going on
Btw, what are people’s actual thoughts on sky doping? Real old fashioned doping program or a more I intricate skirting around the rules type of program?
I may remind you that there is a guy called Diego Ulissi:
"Diego ULISSI tested positive for Salbutamol in the 11th stage of the Giro d'Italia on 21 May. He was suspended by the UCI for 9 months, until 26 March 2015."