We keep hearing that there is are systems or networks for dopers. Isn't the sport better off if we start trying to dismantle those structures, rather than just seeking out individual dopers?
On another note, the sport isn't done. The beauty is more than skin deep.
I have no real insight but to me it is apparent that a watershed of info is on the verge of being released/leaked(is there a difference?) so why not bag some nice guy points and confess in advance. I think JV is fried on the topic and said wtf knowing it was coming out anyway; certainly wasn't an oops or spur of the moment thing, the guy is too smart for that. The LA files/TH's book whatever are just the begining; lots of info is coming. I for one am waiting for Kevin Livingston to open up.. What about Bobby J; he hasn't said much and he was part of the Motorola to Cofidis group move so he has to have some seriuos knowledge..
Any sport that touts David M. as a reborn advocate for clean cycling and puts him on the anti-doping comité is rotten to the core. And a team hiring him is just trash. After what David M.'s role was at Cofidis he was lucky to get away without lengthy jail time. Allowing him back in the sport is spitting in the face of his colleagues.
There is doping and there is David M. style malevolence. A rider who dopes takes his own risks. David M. ordered his team mates to be injected by the doctor with unknown substances. Scum of the sport. *And for more amazement, the doctor still works at a pro team*
And yes, Jonathan Vaughters was one of those making this farce possible by picking up this criminal.
oh and ps; i told you so.
Museeuw Calls For Doping Confessions From Past Riders | Cyclingnews.comOriginally Posted by Johan Museeuw
wonder how far back this will go?
weltz was with 7-11 and motorola no?
in the only way he knows how...
Vaughters Outs Danielson
"make the break"