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I'm somewhat of a casual cycling fan, but Geraint Thomas is the most egregious doper I have seen in close to a decade. It's just absurd. I'm kinda curious as to their doping methods.
 
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Ketones aren't doping (and I doubt they will become doping), however it's not completely certain they do use it.

But even if they do I'd say it's the bloodcharging and hormones that make the large impact. I'm a cynical guy, I don't think tests do much more than define the margins.
 
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I'm somewhat of a casual cycling fan, but Geraint Thomas is the most egregious doper I have seen in close to a decade. It's just absurd. I'm kinda curious as to their doping methods.

Interesting, but not sure how he's more egregious than Froome. At least he had a track/pursuit palmares before he became a world-beating climber at the tender age of 29.

I mean, that's a joke, and ridiculous. But it' something those who want to believe can point to.
 

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