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Shift in WADA doping policy

May 3, 2010
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Shift seems to be as a response to HGH use - so bad news for Frodo, LLS and other members of the peloton with ever expanding heads and feet.

http://www.guardian.co.uk/sport/2011/feb/11/anti-doping-programme-wada

Working with the police because the sporting authorities can't be trusted would seem to perhaps be more to the point. It has afterall been the police/border police who broke Festina, Puerto, not the UCI or the local feds.

Mind you if they are relying on the UKBA next year then that is bad news for anyone who isn't WASP because the UKBA only seem to employ knuckle-dragging racist neanderthals.
 
Dec 4, 2010
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Mrs John Murphy said:
Shift seems to be as a response to HGH use - so bad news for Frodo, LLS and other members of the peloton with ever expanding heads and feet.

http://www.guardian.co.uk/sport/2011/feb/11/anti-doping-programme-wada

Working with the police because the sporting authorities can't be trusted would seem to perhaps be more to the point. It has afterall been the police/border police who broke Festina, Puerto, not the UCI or the local feds.

Mind you if they are relying on the UKBA next year then that is bad news for anyone who isn't WASP because the UKBA only seem to employ knuckle-dragging racist neanderthals.
Interesting induction. Said tongue-in-cheek, but I buy it. Author throws only Dwain Chambers, Marion Jones, and Alberto Contador "under the bus" in her article. WASPs? Probably not. Easy targets to demonize and make poster-children for whatever cause celebre on the docket. Furthermore and most importantly, they not of the complexion to injure the collective conscience of the majority constituency...oh, and by the way, they're (UKBA) probably a little further along on the evolutionary chain than the knuckled-draggers - but not by much...
 
history has proved that such association has never been successful-and BTW this isn't the first time UCI & the French are trying to "smooth" things over...just another trick from Pat & Co. to appear to the public "strong" in the fight on doping.
 
Apr 18, 2010
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isn't him a little naive to think this is somthing that the black market is making a real big profit out of it. i mean it is not like the athletes pay for designer drugs out of their pocket, nor they pay for endocrinologists, and other specilist that know how to handle dope in a safer, and more efficient way than a gym rat from hoghschool.
 

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