Schwazer names Ferrari clients

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Um. Doping in cycling isn't cool, mmk? So how could he be mentioning doping cyclists?

And anyway, everyone stopped in 2006.

And there's no real benefit from it either, so why would you even bother?

Plus Ferrari is banned.

Man this guy is such a hater.
 
May 19, 2010
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http://www.gazzetta.it/Atletica/14-04-2015/atletica-schwazer-nuova-verita-un-piano-doping-londra-110458082825.shtml

Schwazer has thrown the doc of the Italian Athletics Federation, Pierluigi Fiorella, under the bus to Rio. Schwazer had told Fiorella about his doping.

Schwazer has explained how he'd made several deliberately suspicious changes to his wherabouts within a short period of time, to attract the interest of the anti doping authorities, while not using any prohibited substances. The testers came knocking, and when he knew that the tests had come back clean, he started doping.

He admitted to using testosterone from the summer of 2011, and EPO from February 2012. He still claims to have been clean for the 2008 Olympic gold.
 
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neineinei said:
http://www.gazzetta.it/Atletica/14-04-2015/atletica-schwazer-nuova-verita-un-piano-doping-londra-110458082825.shtml

Schwazer has thrown the doc of the Italian Athletics Federation, Pierluigi Fiorella, under the bus to Rio. Schwazer had told Fiorella about his doping.

Schwazer has explained how he'd made several deliberately suspicious changes to his wherabouts within a short period of time, to attract the interest of the anti doping authorities, while not using any prohibited substances. The testers came knocking, and when he knew that the tests had come back clean, he started doping.

He admitted to using testosterone from the summer of 2011, and EPO from February 2012. He still claims to have been clean for the 2008 Olympic gold.
Social engineering at its best. Chapeau to that rider there.
 
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Dear Wiggo said:
neineinei said:
http://www.gazzetta.it/Atletica/14-04-2015/atletica-schwazer-nuova-verita-un-piano-doping-londra-110458082825.shtml

Schwazer has thrown the doc of the Italian Athletics Federation, Pierluigi Fiorella, under the bus to Rio. Schwazer had told Fiorella about his doping.

Schwazer has explained how he'd made several deliberately suspicious changes to his wherabouts within a short period of time, to attract the interest of the anti doping authorities, while not using any prohibited substances. The testers came knocking, and when he knew that the tests had come back clean, he started doping.

He admitted to using testosterone from the summer of 2011, and EPO from February 2012. He still claims to have been clean for the 2008 Olympic gold.
Social engineering at its best. Chapeau to that rider there.

I think the athlete is a walker, not a cyclist.
 
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the australian walker wants the gold from either the olympics or the world champs after the russian walker was busted. but the australians dope with the best of them, unless they "lift" in walking, cos you cannot lift both feet at once, like Matt White's wife did when she was about to win the 2000 Sydney Olympics. She was gonna win cos of great motivation, great incentive, great husbands, great adrenalin, great lifting
 
Apr 6, 2015
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It would be great to have a fully documented historical list of the entire Dr. Ferrari clientele. No doubt the list would require several Gigabytes.
 
Apr 6, 2015
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Dear Wiggo said:
uh

200 names would be 4kb. You don't need gigabytes by any stretch of the imagination.
The word Gigabyte was intented as a paronomasia, for the purposes of humor, to exaggerate the long list of Dr. Ferrari's clientele. :cool:
 
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MagnificentMerckx said:
Dear Wiggo said:
uh

200 names would be 4kb. You don't need gigabytes by any stretch of the imagination.
The word Gigabyte was intented as a paronomasia, for the purposes of humor, to exaggerate the long list of Dr. Ferrari's clientele. :cool:
Well, you might need the Gb if the list were to include the size and number of payments, the full doping plans, the palmares, the 'testing' results and subsequent plan adjustments, and the various people and institutions that facilitated the activities or were paid off.

Dave.
 
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D-Queued said:
MagnificentMerckx said:
Dear Wiggo said:
uh

200 names would be 4kb. You don't need gigabytes by any stretch of the imagination.
The word Gigabyte was intented as a paronomasia, for the purposes of humor, to exaggerate the long list of Dr. Ferrari's clientele. :cool:
Well, you might need the Gb if the list were to include the size and number of payments, the full doping plans, the palmares, the 'testing' results and subsequent plan adjustments, and the various people and institutions that facilitated the activities or were paid off.

Dave.
Indeed, you would need the Gigabyte for such a volume of information. Vincent Bugliosi could then pen the book and name it "Reclaiming History 2 Dr. Ferrari 'The Father of Modern Doping'; complete with foot notes and a CD. :D
 
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