This seems to be the Cyclingnews approach as well, so maybe you can apply for a job. You may not think he rode some Tours clean, he says he did. If you quote someone, you should do it correctly. Otherwise just write an op ed. Cyclingnews just run these articles through Google translate and see what comes out.spalco said:I don't see how this translation error changes anything substantially. He admitted to continuously doping from 1997 to 2007, throughout his entire stay with Rabo except 1996.
I still maintain, that doping offseason means you cannot be considered clean at any race even if you're not taking additional stuff then. Even if you believe he abstained from doping during "some" Tour de France's he was not ****ing "clean".
Translation: Menchov, Boogerd and I got blood transfusions in the 2006 tour. Originally, two infusions were planned, but Breukink and de Rooij said 'no more' transfusions after the first one.14:40 uur
Drie renners kregen bloeddoping
Rasmussen: Menchov, Boogerd en ik kregen bloeddoping.
Voorbereiding op Tour in januari 2006
In januari van 2006 werd er besloten dat we tijdens de Tour van 2006 twee keer bloeddoping zouden ondergaan.
Matschiner regelede het
Rasmussen: na de eerste bloedtransfusie in de Tour van 2006 zeiden Breukink en de Rooij dat er verder geen transfusies meer.
That explains why Menchov was so bad in the Alps.GazelleFormula said:Rasmussen in court:
Translation: Menchov, Boogerd and I got blood transfusions in the 2006 tour. Originally, two infusions were planned, but Breukink and de Rooij said 'no more' transfusions after the first one.
but in the light of OP it makes more sense.Netserk said:Really? There are ofc some surprises, but I don't think it is anywhere near jaw-dropping. I was surprised that they didn't want BBs in '07, and only one in '06.