A little of column A, a little of column B, a whole lot of column C. Check this thread if you want to explore this issue further.cyrrano said:
cuapio still rode wlel in his last year he just wasn't motivated anymore and was homesick, so he went back and now races in mexico.Michele said:Not exactly like Cuapio: he just couldnt go fast as he used to, while Sevilla did some pretty decent results in last 2-3 years.
He even finished 2nd in national RR.
Not anymore my dear amigo cyrrano babyface is still young and can still make history.cyrrano said:
wow, someone actually got cleared. Nothing short of a miracle.DAOTEC said:Not anymore my dear amigo cyrrano babyface is still young and can still make history.
Oscar Sevilla Cleared
Oscar Sevilla habilitado para seguir compitiendo. Anulada la suspensión provisional (EXCLUSIVO)
SEVILLA will be one of the leaders of a combined Colombian team that is going to compete in all 3 grand tours starting in 2011
CorrectTuarts said:So he didn't get done for doping at the Vuelta Columbia?
CN is wrong - CN is daydreaming, welcome to the new world would I say, won't happen ... wait and see ... no sanction what so ever foreseen for Hydroxyethyl if, just a slap on the wrist from the NF at most.Michele said:Cyclingnews report that he can race until the B sample is tested.
In the case where an A-sample is positive for something on the banned list, then a rider will be provisionally suspended upon the positive. It requires a positive A+B test to suspend somebody outright, though a rider can spend over a year on the 'provisionally suspended' list in complicated cases (see Serrano and de Bonis on the first biopassport cases). Because a rider is provisionally suspended upon the A-sample testing positive, then what do they have to lose from asking for the B-sample to be tested? If it's -ve they have a chance to clear their name, if it's +ve it's not exactly a surprise. If a rider doesn't ask for the B-sample to be tested, then yes, it's actually a tacit admission of guilt.roundabout said:Wait, i always belived that refusing to test the B sample means that the athlete admits his positive?
I can't believe that stonewalling is possible