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@thecrankset Maclaren was obviously on drugs. Actually humor aside, I think you are spot on. I think they are clean and employing a new style of training that will revolutionize how rider approach their preparation. Could they be using PED's ? Anything is possible, but the question I would ask if I was competing against SKY is not "if they are doping" but "what if they are not". Welcome to the future.
1 year, 5 months ago on Portly Richie sparks the scaremongers into a frenzy
Fantastic resource. It really helps explain the difficulty in prosecuting Big Tex. It is my impression from the people I know that Lance was receiving experimental oxygen enhancing pharmaceuticals that he never shared with smaller players like George,Tyler, or Floyd. Perhaps RSR-13 from Allos, delivered when needed by someone with access who was not officially affiliated with the team like Carmichael or Roll. By acting as courier none of these super drugs were ever around team mates prying eyes or in the team hotels and vehicles. It seems clear to me It would require multinational pharmaceutical help to make a poor climber like Lance far stronger then natural climbers like Marco who were crushes even when on EPO. This flow chart my be the key to finding that corporate athlete relationship. I think was the point of the Grand Jury..
2 years ago on Lance Armstrong’s business links – a flowchart by @dimspace