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Lance Armstrong's blood values from the Tour de France looks suspicious and indicate

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yourwelcome said:
I think you misunderstood my point.

In my books, an 'immaculate doper' is somebody who gets away with it.

Providing he's been doping, LA fits that description, non?
getting away with it, would be the ones on the clean teams who have not tested positive, but are charging, but have successfully won the battle of communications. Armstrong won the communications battle, but l'Equipe finally got him. So, his immaculate doping either comes with a caveat or a compromise.