Yeah, I found that to be a little odd. ..and here I thought DiLuca and Santambrogio's results took too long. (face palm)What seemed weird unless I read the article wrong was that his samples were tested for EPO in 2004 and we are just now finding out they were positive?
I think I heard that Zsa Zsa was in very bad health and had multiple amputations from diabetes.I thought this thread was about Zsa Zsa Gabor. I want my money back.
I find Jalbert's excuse 'I trusted my team with injections' to be laughable. Just admit you doped and save everyone the embarrassment of 'vanishing twin' type defenses.
It's the Spanish who don't dope, as any fule kno.
Jaja was not "French" for much of careerI thought the French didn't dope.
yup - I have no belief anyone was innocent
Another rider who worked the system. Would hide out in Switzerland to avoid testing
Yeah, it's extremely hard to believe that Longo isn't a habitual doper.
Fair points.Another rider who worked the system. Would hide out in Switzerland to avoid testing
While it is fun to poke fun at the French when compared to the US, Italian, Spanish, Dutch, etc they were at the forefront of anti-doping for the 10 years after 98