I think the UCI's best play would be to acknowledge that nearly every win in the last twenty years was tainted, announce an independent testing and adjudication body, and then draw a line in the sand by saying no doping incidents prior to the line will not be prosecuted. If WADA does not like it then ignore WADA. The UCI could also institute harsher punishments for some classes of doping products and techniques, perhaps lifetime bans. If necessary, the UCI can take the pro side of the sport out of the WADA system and go back to amateurs in the Olympics.hrotha said:I honestly don't see how a T&R process would work. What's the incentive for the big names to come out and confess? Or for anyone from the magically clean period, 2008-2013? At most it'd work to document the Armstrong days. Besides, unless the UCI is fundamentally changed so that we can be sure cheats who haven't confessed won't be protected, business will go on as usual.