Transparency from UCI: What would it take?

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One of the biggest issues I see in cycling today is the lack of transparency about what happens with regard to testing, positives, biological passport, etc. Popo's apartment got raided after the LA testimony he gave, but no ones knows if anything was found or not. Transparency is solely, solely needed, but how can that be achieved?
 
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Race Radio said:
You can't do anything until you remove Pat, Hein, and their co-conspirators
It was mentioned a few days ago I think that at least with regard to points, UCI was actually responding back to people, could that be a sign of slight change?
 
What Race Radio said plus I think if WADA did all of the positive processing with the UCI as "rider advocate" should WADA open a case, I think the boundaries are much clearer.

Now add back-dated testing with present-day penalties and I think we'll see much less doping.
 
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So...hypothetical scenario #1: The UCI makes the LA investigation a non-event.
Predictions on what pro cycling is like in the near future? As far as sponsors, drugs testing, who stays and goes, etc.

And...hypothetical scenario #2: The LA investigation gets very ugly and a lot of folks go down. Predictions??
 
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AntiGravityCycling said:
So...hypothetical scenario #1: The UCI makes the LA investigation a non-event.
Predictions on what pro cycling is like in the near future? As far as sponsors, drugs testing, who stays and goes, etc.

And...hypothetical scenario #2: The LA investigation gets very ugly and a lot of folks go down. Predictions??
Prediction #1, although I want to see #2...
 
pmcg76 said:
Single biggest way for the UCI to be transparent is to hand all dope testing including Bio Passport over to a totally independent body with UCI having no role in any possible sanctions etc.
What are you trying to do? Shut down cycling?
 

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