+1Dalakhani said:Interesting article on a blog by a lawyer in Scotland:
Isn't Lelli the rider that most people assume David Millar refers to as L'equipier in his book. The senior rider at Cofidis who supplied him with EPO. On that grounds I think you'd have to look below Lelli in 2003FoxxyBrown1111 said:My guess of the true TRUE winners (matching the criteria of my previous post):
1999 Stéphane Heulot
2000 Roberto Conti
2001 Andrei Kivilev (?)
2002 Carlos Sastre (?)
2003 Massimiliano Lelli
2004 Carlos Sastre (?)
2005 Bobby Julich
no it was definently tostching i was thinking off, an austrian fellow, maybe someone just named him in some other investigationbabastooey said:You might be thinking of Schumacher, he also rode for Gerolsteiner, and he was whacked for doping about 5 years or so ago.
I have to wonder about Julich, though, he did come from the same United States which only produced dopers except for LeMond of course, who was doped only with buckshot which doesn't enhance performance (at least not to my knowledge). Julich was able to hang with Pantani and Ullrich. Plus, Julich worked for Mr. 60% at CSC and we can list all the characters who were there. Basso, Hamilton, the Schlecks, and Jalabert.....now I'm wondering about Carlos Sastre...
I don't think we will all know the truth until we all get out the pitchforks and torches. Who's with me?
Turner29 said:Knock. Knock.
Stéphane Heulot: "Hello. Who is this?"
ASO: "It is the ASO."
Stéphane Heulot: "Did I fail a doping test?"
ASO: "No, we are here to inform you that you won the 1999 Tour de France."
Stéphane Heulot: "Mon Dieu!"
ASO: "Please provide a urine sample from you dog so we have something to back-test."
Here we go. I knew there was something. Thanks for the link.palmerq said:http://www.cyclingnews.com/news/totschnig-charged-with-lying-under-oath-about-doping aha this is what i was talking about
Yeah, I'd love to see this happening but Moncoutie wont acceptEpicycle said:Give this guy the 2002 MJ.