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Jul 4, 2011
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Reinardt and Jacques Janse van Rensburg aren't siblings as was listed in the live report. They aren't even related. Jacques' brother is Reinhardt Janse van Rensburg, the H, and is not a cyclist AFAIK.



Jacques Janse van Rensburg won both races, he isn’t my brother by the way. It’s good to see him showing some form in time for Portugal.
Jul 10, 2009
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I don't know if it's been posted here, so if this is old news, please forgive me.

Race Histories don't seem to be working. At least on the last 3 Italian races (Milano-Torino, Piemonte, and Lombardia).
From the Levi Sacked story

"He also stated that when he returned to the Discovery Channel team in 2007, Johan Bruyneel encouraged him to get on a program for blood transfusions. He initially refused, but finally agreed before the Tour de France."

Leipheimer refused to do it without team assistance, he didn't refuse to dope flat-out as the article suggests.

i) Why no reporting of Andrew McQuaid accusing Lemond of doping on twitter and then deleting it?

ii) Why were Contador's incorrect assertions about the USADA report repeated without comment? (When it seems to be normal practice to add corrections when speakers do make factual errors?)
From the article about Ricco appealing to CAS - "winning the Tour of Austria and finishing second at the Giro del Trentino in the colours of Vacansoleil-DCM"

He was riding for Ceramica Flaminia-Bossini Docce until September. He won Coppa Sabatini and was 2nd in GP de Wallonie with Vacansoleil.
May 20, 2010
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Related Riders Lance's "CV"

Lance Armstrong is still reported as winning 7 TdF

"Lance Amstrong retired in 2011. Before that he had one of the most successful but controversial careers in professional cycling. He won 7 Tour de France from 1999 to 2005, after coming back from cancer.

Lance Armstrong retired from the sport in 2005 only to announce a comeback in 2008. He rode for Astana in 2009, finishing third in the Tour de France. The following season he again rode the Tour but failed to challenge for the yellow jersey. He made his last professional outing at the 2011 Tour Down Under."
May 29, 2012
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