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Self-Induced Diarrhea

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It is becoming readily apparent that the latest secret Pro Tactic to foil the Bio-Passport System is to catch a dose of the Squirts.

So, how are the riders doing it?

AirLine Food?

Prison Food? sorry joe:(

Fish Tacos?

Being lactose intolerant may give a rider a unfair advantage?
 

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Polish said:
It is becoming readily apparent that the latest secret Pro Tactic to foil the Bio-Passport System is to catch a dose of the Squirts.

So, how are the riders doing it?

AirLine Food?

Prison Food? sorry joe:(

Fish Tacos?

Being lactose intolerant may give a rider a unfair advantage?

Nope -allergies to drug controls!!

It appears that when certain people are asked to pee in the bottle they sh*t themselves instead.
 
Polish said:
It is becoming readily apparent that the latest secret Pro Tactic to foil the Bio-Passport System is to catch a dose of the Squirts.

So, how are the riders doing it?

AirLine Food?

Prison Food? sorry joe:(

Fish Tacos?

Being lactose intolerant may give a rider a unfair advantage?

Having had a relatively light case of Pharoah's Revenge after out trip to Egypt this winter, I can't imagine why anyone would want to do that to themelves on purpose!

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gee polish why im not surprised you’re starting a thread on fecal matter ?

claiming the squirts and having them are two very different things.

a case of self-induced squirts by a professional cyclists to avoid controls could only be in the mind of a fecal matter expert like you. your boy could have them but but i doubt it was the whole story.
 

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claiming the squirts and having them are two very different things.

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So let me get this straight...

Transfusing blood and faking the squirts shows up the same way on
the Bio-Passport as not transfusing and actually having squirts?

How would the passport look if you transfuse blood and actually have the squirts?



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Polish said:
So let me get this straight...

Transfusing blood and faking the squirts shows up the same way on
the Bio-Passport as not transfusing and actually having squirts?

How would the passport look if you transfuse blood and actually have the squirts?

Red and brown dots all over the paper.....
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Polish said:
So let me get this straight...

Transfusing blood and faking the squirts shows up the same way on
the Bio-Passport as not transfusing and actually having squirts?

How would the passport look if you transfuse blood and actually have the squirts?
nonsensical contradictory stuff not worth wasting time on.
 

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Polish said:
Back then Greg probably believed the "food poisoning" BS.

But Greg knows better now for sure!

This would be a GREAT time for Greg to come out of seclusion
and start and pointing fingers at the RadioShack.
When is the Press Conference for the Tour of California?

You're right he could ask Don Catlin how the internal testing is coming along!
 
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Trying to stay on topic here, a lot of the riders will claim they are sick perhaps and therefore dehydrated. This raises your hematocrit obviously. The UCI people only take tiny little blood samples rather then measuring total body hemoglobin. The percentage of red cells in the sample is assumed to be the total hemoglobin percentage in the entire body.

Of course...thats very manipulatable.

Diarrhea could also flush out some substances, I guess. Riders used to, and still; catheterize themselves at the lower levels. The Pro Tour has a ton of money on the line by comparison.

http://outside.away.com/outside/culture/200806/joe-papp-cycling-doping-4.html
 

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this_is_edie said:
ohoh that Kraptastic full of crap poster .... is going to have to chime in now

Thx for Q'ing me up.

Polisher of other Peeps has kreated the krapiest of threds that exceeds the krap meter.
 
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BigBoat said:
Trying to stay on topic here, a lot of the riders will claim they are sick perhaps and therefore dehydrated. This raises your hematocrit obviously. The UCI people only take tiny little blood samples rather then measuring total body hemoglobin. The percentage of red cells in the sample is assumed to be the total hemoglobin percentage in the entire body.

Of course...thats very manipulatable.

Diarrhea could also flush out some substances, I guess. Riders used to, and still; catheterize themselves at the lower levels. The Pro Tour has a ton of money on the line by comparison.

http://outside.away.com/outside/culture/200806/joe-papp-cycling-doping-4.html

thanks bigboat, that's exactly what i was looking for when i clicked on the thread... interesting stuff :)