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Unless I can no longer read with comprehension; he actually says that he and his staff not only doped the riders, but did it so that those sneaky riders wouldn't go out and do it on their own! Basically, that he had to dope them, because if left to do their own programs, the riders could hurt themselves.
 

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He just meant it was poorly organized, just like the rest of his team's activities.
 

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Another example of "it depends on what your definition of "is", is". If staff on your team are facilitating doping, then guess what Patrick Lefevere? That is organized team doping.
 

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No, it wasn't "organized", cause they didn't have every rider on a planned doping regimen year round. But the big guns, for the big races, you know, he gave them a little help now and then.
 

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He just meant it was poorly organized, just like the rest of his team's activities.
Aw, Coolhand- you make me sad. :cryin:
OPQ does pretty damned good at the races that Belgians care about...
 

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"Devolder had reportedly travelled to Spain for a mini training camp during the week and he showed the fruits of the trip by sitting at the front of the bunch and controlling affairs ahead of the final circuit over the Kwaremont and Paterberg. The Belgian’s display was all the more striking given that he had punctured shortly beforehand and had to give chase alone."

Conclusions From The Tour Of Flanders | Cyclingnews.com

It seems RadioShack have better organization.
 
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