The blood is the PEDCake said:great news. I just hope they've not been damaged by the long storage. I recall seeing on another thread that storage over a long period can result in it becoming impossible to tell whether PEDs were present, does anyone recall? It'd be a real kick in the teeth if it looked like the truth was finally about to come out but the blood was unable to tell its story, as it were
Do you really think Nadal will be involved? I am unsure. He really made in roads around 2004/5 and the investigation mainly took place in 05' so Nadal would have to have a pretty established relationship with Eufe early on in his career if he was to be implicated.The Hitch said:Are Spain really going to let one of their world cup winning team or Nadal be tarnished?
Perhaps they want to pursue criminal proceedings against some people involved, which would not be covered by WADA's statute of limitations.Red Rick said:Isn't the Wada statute of limitations running out like this month?
Or was it 2 years ago?
10 years have passed so you'd assume that most would be retired or about to retire by nowveji11 said:Even if bans couldn't be formally given, organisers could refuse letting team with those riders ride their races, effectively ending their careers. This would be a good thing. Cheaters have to pay, and it would be hilarious if instead of proper sentencing because of sstatute of limitation, they ended up paying the price by being shunted aside by their teams, unable to race, basically bullied out of their job omerta style.... ironic.