What I am saying, is that WADA are saying Froome was dealt with the same as any other rider, of whom there are more than Ulissi and Petacchi. Plus, why would they release more data when supposed to be confidential ??thehog said:Huh? WADA stated they didn’t hold the PKG test. We do not know that much but we are unsure why they decided not to conduct the test other than Froome wouldn’t be able to replicate his illness and exact conditions of the stage (??). Release the remaining data then we will know more. Nothing to do with Ulissi or Petacchi.bigcog said:We don't know that and the inference is they have a lot of such cases, so people are treating a sample of 1 (or 3 if you include Ulissi/Petacchi) as indicative and predictive of how they proceed with such cases.thehog said:Saw that on Matt Slater’s Twitter / Facebook.
What WADA need to do is release the data because at the moment it’s still clear as mud how they came to bend their own rules in the manner in which they did along with not holding th PKG test.