I am sure that after Judge Serrano gets through with everything that will be a okay. Nothing to see here. Move along.Descender said:
Mosquera is not suspended and Contador will possibly be acquitted of doping charges... if that happens I'll drag this simplistic moronic post of yours up again.OneRaceWonder said:What else do you need? A and B positive: BANG!
Don't worry: he will be very soon.Descender said:Mosquera is not suspended.
i suspect the culture of doping is strong in these countries, even at amateur level. the reason they aren't front and centre stage is the performances of their top pros has been so awful recently. quite encouraging?!Vonn Brinkman said:Belgium and the Netherlands are pretty dirty to,
I think the germans have gone the way of the french in the last couple of years. I believe they are now the second cleanest big nation. The HTC boys keep them from being level with France.Vonn Brinkman said:Don't worry: he will be very soon.
Speaking about Spain, it is not necessarily dirtier than other countries. Belgium and the Netherlands are pretty dirty to, and so are the Italians and the Germans. The Portugese are dirty
Just not so sure about the French, they seem to be quite clean.
you say this on a day when at least 2 spanish cyclists have in fact been caught cheating.khardung la said:It means that Spanish cyclists, in case they are caught, are not dismissed and considered as what they are, cheaters. The spanish government(s) should feel ashamed of that.
At the rider level, no worse than anybody else.Clemson Cycling said:First Valverde, Contador, and now Mosquera. What is this country doing to their cyclists and is it worse then what other cycling federations are doing?