Vere interesting, especially in light of what Ball said today about feeling like he bears some of the brunt of Hamilton's positive because of the pressure he put on Tyler.
This part that Creed said was interesting:
I started thinking about it, and it was so...somebody's who's been convicted of child molestation, has to write down an address, and nobody checks to see if the address is right, and they just write down an address, this is where I'm living, and they do it once a year. Somebody who's on probation calls their probation officer once a week or once a month to tell them this is what I'm doing. Yes, I'm still in the state. F***ing professional cyclist has to write where they're going to be every day, without fault.
But what is the solution? As we are discussing elsewhere, IMO the UCI and other governing bodies need to go after the support as much as the riders. By support I mean managers, doctors, trainers, soigners, etc. That would be a better starting point. And if the UCI won't do it, the sponsors themselves need to set such a system up.