It was a very quick decision in the end and my sense is they didn’t want to go the appeal on Tuesday. That would have revealed too much about the case. This was going to be annouced post Tour but the hand was forced by ASO. WADA did the rest with Reedie giving one for the lads of the U.K. Well done!Alpe d'Huez said:Hi guys. What an absolutely shameful joke our sport has become. A laughing stock for other sports to point fingers at and snicker.
We hold races, then months later determine who actually won. Er, who we think should have won, or who we're calling the winner. And we'll even be open minded to interpretations of rules, so if someone has powerful enough attorneys and enough cash, we'll take any and all considerations into hand if you break those rules, even turn around and say you never broke them in the first place.
Ross Tucker is right, what's the point in even testing at this point?