His progression wasn't overnight and makes more sense when you include Bernal, Higuita and others. He has raced intelligently as well so he hasn't flat-out pummeled a field and set some new standard.I haven't followed this topic, but has someone talked about Pogacar in 2019?
Decent junior, ok U23. Joins the team of the dirtiest man in cycling and immediately becomes the best 20-year old the world has ever seen.
I don't believe it for a second.
Showing it's still being used. On the other hand, if it gets approved for a Covid treatment it also should show that there's plenty around for hospitals to actually get a hold of as well.
This is what wiki had to say about it.Showing it's still being used. On the other hand, if it gets approved for a Covid treatment it also should show that there's plenty around for hospitals to actually get a hold of as well.
Nah, just an AAF. It'll benefit from the Dawg's jurisprudence.Looks like we just had an old fashioned positive at the Giro...
Vino Fantomo never disappointLooks like we just had an old fashioned positive at the Giro...
His best result in the past 2 seasons: 19th in a Tour of Taihu Lake stage.Looks like we just had an old fashioned positive at the Giro...
maybeIs that something you can have in a contaminated supplement?
Dunno, but seemed the most fitting thread, given that I didn't want to create a new. And just think it's funny how news sites actually have to point out that he tested positive - or had an AAF - for a banned substance.Is this the thread for actual dopers rather than riders who divert from the norms that posters have set for cycling?
Spain seems to be the only place where you can still fight a suspension at a normal court without following normal Sport jurisdiction.We have love the Spanish Courts. It appears the Spanish Courts have ruled that you can't give a ban based soley on the bio passport. Or at least that's how I'm reading this. Based on this ruling it appears former Burgos rider Ibai Salas is currently not banned.
I would like to report what I have clarified regarding the latest new reports on the Aderlass case.
I am really saddened by what was reported after Danilo Hondo's witness statement in the trial in question.
The testimony given by Hondo was reported in incorrect terms and in such a way as to cause an unjustified sensation.
Obviously, knowing my friend and ex-racing partner, I had no problem calling him and asking for clarification.
It took 2 minutes to understand and clarify, Danilo sent me, through his lawyer, the real statement under oath made by him before the court of Munich, as it is public and therefore verifiable in its contents.
There is no place in Hondo's deposition in which the registrant attributes the responsibility of having undergone illicit blood treatments in his presence or even alone.
However, I would like to restate that I have nothing more to say or add on this matter, which was clarified by me with to UCI two years ago.