well we wouldn't know if he TUE or not, but the majority on here have him guilty already.
well yes - anyone who doesn't have the same level of brainpower as snot in a jar thinks froome is doping and has been since 2011 - right around the time he was about to be let go by sky for being sh**rick james said:
From what we have seen, TUE's are often where the line is crossed between medicine and doping.daveyt said:Source? One was leaked and he said he'd had one last year I think? TUE's are medicine not doping, it's pathetic trying to twist it. You must know this which is why you have to exaggerate.
How would you know? Are you still in your crack induced freaky stage? If so, that would cloud your judgement. Plus, I thought you were dead. Super Freak, indeed.rick james said:
I dont think its appropriate to be doping on horse steroids while your competitors are not. I think it gave Froome an unfair advantage.daveyt said:Seen when and where? Which TUE's do we know about from the last 5 years that weren't appropriate?
Hmmm... not sure what you're implying. if Froome needed Horse steriods to get better from sickness then he should have been in bed. If he needed to compete then you'd think he'd be at the back of the field and not ripping Nibali's legs off!Mellow Velo said:Thanks. That was my point.
Not claiming anything.
Rather that as you point out, because we don't know makes the TUE a red herring.
if they were on it (which i agree is possible), then probably on smaller doses than Chris so as not to get caught, something Chris didn't need to worry about.ebandit said:How do you know they weren't?????????????????
I find it hard to believe random french guys are on horse steroids. Or Nibali for that matter.thehog said:Sounds like the defense is "Everyone was doing it, they've all got TUEs, it was a level playing field"