Don’t disagree with that, especially after Froome himself had said the details would be released...but not sure who to blame here; UCI/WADA or Froome/Sky. Or both?If you're referring to the Giro, it was a back-dated ban. He wouldn't have been able to ride in the Giro if his national ADA had come to the same conclusion that CAS did. In any case, if the Giro win had been allowed to stand, he would have had a longer ban going forward, and would not have been able to win the 2012 Vuelta. He was going to lose two years one way or another.
That may well be. But the problem remains the total lack of transparency. UCI/WADA want everyone to accept the decision, but they won't offer any details supporting the decision.
Not sure of the reasons to withhold either..could the details be seen as a blueprint for future doping, or were they (UCI/Wada) concerned about possible action from those unfairly sanctioned in the past?