thehog said:Franck Bouyer who was struck down with an illness 3 years ago is on the comeback trail. His rehabilitation drug was on the banned list so he couldn't compete therefore he retired temporarily. He's now back and ready to race. On Page 28 of December 2009 ProCycling magazine Franck commented on Lance's comeback.
He stated: "At the age of 35, I was afraid I that I might be right off the pace but that hasn't been the case. I've been able to follow but I've haven't enjoyed the experience. I've never been in a position to win. But I wasn't expecting a miracle."
he goes on to say in reference to Armstrong:
"He's out for three and half years, comes back, breaks his collarbone, but he then takes on the Giro and finish on the podium at the Tour. I don't know what to make of that! But what did reassure me at the Vuelta was seeing Vinokourov blowing up. After two years suspension, he's not the same rider."
Well said Franck looks like you're one of the only ones in the peleton to tell it like it is. Or at least say what everyone is thinking.
Ever heard of a link?