Mr 63%, Jimmy Briceño

Dear Wiggo said:
Move over, Bjarne, the 27 year old, Jimmy Briceño, was in Italy having a blood test done before joining Androni for 2014 and recorded a Hct of 63%.

http://diariodelosandes.com/content/view/245983/106231/

Just curious if 27 is considered the age of the "new generation"? He was 11 or 12 when Festina happened.
lol. GC Result from this year's Vuelta al Tachira en Bicicleta

1 BRICEñO CASTO Yimmi José [www.procyclingstats.com] 40 25 31:52:01
2 GáLVIZ Carlos Start - Trigon Cycling Team 30 18 1:19
3 MURILLO Juan 16 14 1:34
4 CAMARGO Jonathan 12 11 1:44
5 DELGADO Yeisson [www.procyclingstats.com] 10 8 3:33

How about Galviz? Cleans?.
 
Sep 8, 2009
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leave my jimmy in peace:mad:

my hopes of briceno crushing the giro are over:(

gotta love south america, you don't finish top ten there without hematocrit below 55. except sevilla :cool:
 
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My hemotacrit has been at only 51-52 before. The cardio improvement and stamina are really noticeable. Cant imagine the high and performance you get at that level. Just take a baby aspirin, and all will be good.
 
zigmeister said:
My hemotacrit has been at only 51-52 before. The cardio improvement and stamina are really noticeable. Cant imagine the high and performance you get at that level. Just take a baby aspirin, and all will be good.
Lol 63% wtf:eek:

That's like back in the golden years of Pantani, Riis and Berzin. :D

Even Ricco and Sella didn't have such a high value. That should tell enough.

Crazy **** it is
 
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he probably even lowered it a little special for this testing :D

seriously now, anti-doping is a lost cause, especially in south america. but there should be health officers . there won't be long time until someone drops dead in one of these vueltas. i'd say at least don't let them ride with a hematocrit above 60.
 
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jens_attacks said:
no special pillows, no rice cakes, no bullshiit at least.
curiously, displays the same level of "transparency" as other, more successful pro tour teams...
 
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can you imagine if the uci approved his hemoglobin level of 21 as natural? briceno then must have stayed all year long at that level lol because of the passport.
 
I guess that is one of the reasons of the sudden drop of performances from some of the South Americans when they go to Europe unfortunately.

Here they said:

No es dopaje

La evaluación de Yimmy Briceño la ejecutó la UCI con sus famosos "vampiros" que sometieron a un exhaustivo examen las tomas de sangre del ciclista con el lamentable resultado de valores de hematocritos altos, este chequeo no pone en riesgo el segundo título de Vuelta al Táchira del corredor porque no está relacionado con sustancias prohibidas.
So it is not doping. Phew. At least we got that cleared and out of the way.
 
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the sceptic said:
Let mr 63% ride against Horner and Richie please. That would be a great show
and Quintana and Purito

or you have some secret info about Horner and Porte making a different category from Quintana/Purito ? Don't they make a great show also?
 

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