You make my very point: UCI and Federations' 'efforts' have proven their ineffectiveness at best, complicity at worst. Seeing Vino by the podium today gave me intestinal moods. Thinking that he is allowed to be anywhere near the sport or even worse mentor 20-25 year-old kids shows how rotten the system is. What works is when governments (regardless of the underlying motive of the politicians), with police and justice resources, take action. And when media, instead of kissing axes, digs (i.e. l'Equipe, le Canard Enchaine). That's the only way.Benotti69 said:Until there is smoke? This is cycling, there is smoke everywhere on every team. The UCI hasn't changed in case you haven't noticed. The federations are still the same.
That you were fooled so many times, does not surprise me
BTW: all things being equal, I'd rather be fooled than accuse an innocent .
PS: I was never a pro, but was extensively tested in the late 80's, early 90's and I may still have a B sample in a freezer of the infamous laboratory in Chatenay Malabry. Dope free . If stored by year, in alphabetical order, it sits right by Mr 60%'s