What I wanted, given the recent history of cycling (remember Lance Armstrong) is some form of objectivity in addressing why this guy who was a middle of the pack cyclist has transformed himself (literally overnight) into the greatest human specimen of cycling ability ever.rick james said:Wow..it's a story about his life, its going to be a "love fest" what do you want them to say, chris is a doper because some sad folk in the clinic say he is doper?
Maybe Walsh could have asked a few pertinent questions (his hounding of Lance Armstrong now looks personal) re his weight loss, TUE use, contradicting story re his "red blood cell eating disease" etc... Instead we get a cheer leading stary eyed Walsh love in.
This interview will be loved by the non critical "isn't he great" Johnny come lately but to us who followed cycling for more than 5 minutes it was nausea inducing "I've seen this before" PR spun steaming pile of horse manure. I remember Armstrong had some similar doco done. The emperor has no cloths.