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doolols said:
I can see some clinic posters' blood pressure going through the roof come July :rolleyes:

And Froome beat Contador today by, what? 4 seconds? And a Contador that has admitted to being less than 100%? And what about Busche? Froome beat him by a massive 4 seconds also. Obviously doping.

I sense the clinic perspective is going out out of the window, even if it ever had any. No one says much about Nibali putting a whole minute into the rest of the field on a mountain time trial in the Giro, but 4 seconds today is enough to convict Froome? *shakes head*
*shakes head more* where have you been during the Giro?
 
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thehog said:
Be interesting when he wears yellow at the Tour how he'll handle the inevitable doping questions.

I actually don't know anyone who actually thinks he's clean.
Thanks for the laughs hog. That is good.

I don't know anyone either who thinks he is clean. Same goes for Wiggins.

After he beat Evans last year on the first mountain show down, his responses were laughable. This might be even funnier than Wiggins rants last year. Can't wait!:p
 
Galic Ho said:
Thanks for the laughs hog. That is good.

I don't know anyone either who thinks he is clean. Same goes for Wiggins.

After he beat Evans last year on the first mountain show down, his responses were laughable. This might be even funnier than Wiggins rants last year. Can't wait!:p
Here you go.

Here's a future GT winner in the making.

All GT winners give up their bikes and give a push to mid pack fodder like Henderson.

 
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thehog said:
Be interesting when he wears yellow at the Tour how he'll handle the inevitable doping questions.

I actually don't know anyone who actually thinks he's clean.
David Walsh?

I see no evidence of any doping at sky. Until there is a good rumor going around like those about Mauro Santambrogio, or better still a link to a doping ring, I will presume they are innocent.
 
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thehog said:
Here you go.

Here's a future GT winner in the making.

All GT winners give up their bikes and give a push to mid pack fodder like Henderson.

Good times. Back when Froome was a healthy weight and not a stick figure. Looks about 8-10 kilos heavier here than he is now.

Keep repeating in the mirror every night; "If I lose the kilos I will win the Tour. I don't need drugs!"

Miracles really do happen! :p
 
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thehog said:
Thanks Hog.

Check out time trial champion Chris 'the Dawg' Froome.

Proof that wind tunnel testing might help you? No?

Nah, proof that if you have weight and fall off you won't snap bones. Froome would do well to remember this.
 
Zero Tolerance said:
David Walsh?

I see no evidence of any doping at sky. Until there is a good rumor going around like those about Mauro Santambrogio, or better still a link to a doping ring, I will presume they are innocent.
Walsh is a paid shill. I would hope he thinks he's clean.
 
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Galic Ho said:
Good times. Back when Froome was a healthy weight and not a stick figure. Looks about 8-10 kilos heavier here than he is now.

Keep repeating in the mirror every night; "If I lose the kilos I will win the Tour. I don't need drugs!"

Miracles really do happen! :p
Didn't recognise him. Much heavier, bashed up knee. No wonder he wasn't racing that day.
 
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JRTinMA said:
Walsh is a paid shill. I would hope he thinks he's clean.
You're calling David Walsh a paid shrill? Where's the respect? The man potentially sacrificed his career to bring down Lance Armstrong and save cycling. I trust his judgment. It rings true with my judgment. With his knowledge it would be very dangerous for a team to have him embedded with them. Sky look to be clean and he's courageous enough to admit it. He wasn't always sure, but now he seems to be - adding to his credibility.
 
Zero Tolerance said:
You're calling David Walsh a paid shrill? Where's the respect? The man potentially sacrificed his career to bring down Lance Armstrong and save cycling. I trust his judgment. It rings true with my judgment. With his knowledge it would be very dangerous for a team to have him embedded with them. Sky look to be clean and he's courageous enough to admit it. He wasn't always sure, but now he seems to be - adding to his credibility.
Thanks Jocuim.
 
Zero Tolerance said:
You're calling David Walsh a paid shrill? Where's the respect? The man potentially sacrificed his career to bring down Lance Armstrong and save cycling. I trust his judgment. It rings true with my judgment. With his knowledge it would be very dangerous for a team to have him embedded with them. Sky look to be clean and he's courageous enough to admit it. He wasn't always sure, but now he seems to be - adding to his credibility.
He did a nice thing bringing down LA. Then he sold out. Good for him I hope he gets paid. Just not credible anymore.
 
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Ferminal said:
lol, I think Clinicians who actually watch races may be a dieing breed.
I said that sarcastically in response to another poster who said Froome only beat Busche by 4 secs while obviously not knowing he was in the breakaway of the day.;)

I can assure you I seen the entire stage live today.
 
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ChewbaccaD said:
That you guys question mood lights and warming down is beyond me.
sounds like a porn set not cycling.

maybe wiggins wants to direct.

he will next be an auteur of a snuff film of The Clinic 11
 
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blackcat said:
sounds like a porn set not cycling.

maybe wiggins wants to direct.

he will next be an auteur of a snuff film of The Clinic 11
Yea, has to be snuff...those guys don't eat anything, so that leaves out lots of other plots.
 
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JRTinMA said:
He did a nice thing bringing down LA. Then he sold out. Good for him I hope he gets paid. Just not credible anymore.
Why did he sellout for not finding a shred of evidence of doping on Sky? He has tried but couldn't find any. With Armstrong he spoke to former riders, spoke to Betsy Andreu, spoke to Emma Oreilly. When a team is running a program, lots of these people are out there if you scratch the surface, and a good journalist gets to the truth. There just isn't anything like that with sky. Nobody on the team staff even has vague past links to 1990s doping. Wiggins and Froome have never had conversations with past riders about doping. There is no employee that had to dump trash. You do Walsh a disservice with your comments. It was wrong for people to attack him for telling the truth about Armstrong, and it's wrong for people to attack him for telling the truth about Sky.
 

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