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Don't worry, those people at Balco Lab. will have the successor up their sleeves/test tubes...  :lol:

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Regretfully I think you have hit the needle on the head Isegrim....................

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Well he's just been cleared.Not like you to get anything right .Fucking Noall :lol:

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cleared by who? Some other fiends friend no doubt

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beeb last week

 

 

Drug probe team lose Tour invite

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Spanish team Comunidad Valenciana will not compete in the 2006 Tour de France after organisers withdrew their invite.

 

The decision came after the squad's deputy director was arrested as part of a major doping investigation in Spain.

 

In a statement, the Tour's management said the punishment was "faithful to its principles with regard to the fight against doping".

 

Comunidad Valenciana will not be replaced, cutting the field to 21 teams for cycling's showcase event.

 

Spanish police seized large amounts of steroids, hormones and 100 bags of frozen blood and equipment for treating blood.

 

Comunidad Valenciana's deputy director Jose Ignacio Labarta was among those detained.

 

Tour organisers said they were waiting for cycling's governing body, the UCI, to rule on whether the Astana-Wurth team should be also barred from the race.

 

Team director Manolo Saiz's was also arrested in the doping probe and has since quit his post while protesting his innocence.

 

But Tour organisers said in their statement that his involvement in the doping probe is "prejudicial to the image of cycling".

 

This year's Tour starts on 1 July in Strasbourg, ending on 23 July in Paris.

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On that fiend Armstrong:-

 

Vrijman said the laboratory had analysed the samples only as part of a research programme for the detection of EPO, so there was no way of confirming the tests.

 

Wada will respond in due course once it has fully reviewed the report

 

"If you look at how the result was obtained it was so different from the analysis procedure required by Wada... it doesn't even qualify as a finding," he said.

 

"It may suffice for research purposes but as a valid doping result - no way."

 

He said samples may be used in research programmes only on the condition that all information tracing them to an individual is removed, but this was not the case.

 

In other words they did find something but because it wasn't done by the book he's going to squirrel out of it

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Duty, Alex my lad, duty

 

It's not doing what you like - it's doing what is right that counts.............

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:D Tackling the biggest issues eh? :lol:

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Zero tolerance

 

Just say NO

 

and there aren't many sports that are so pointless AND so corupt so its an easy shot on a tough day

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To cycle all day in the hot sun at those speeds....Surely Rob you must realise it's impossible WITHOUT stimulants of one type or another. :lol:

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bloody hate the TdF

 

can't think of a less interesting "sport"

 

ande before people start I know it's not easy, it's just not particularly interesting or Skillful

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bloody hate the TdF

 

can't think of a less interesting "sport"

 

ande before people start I know it's not easy, it's just not particularly interesting or Skillful

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It's not easy you know.

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bloody hate the TdF

 

can't think of a less interesting "sport"

 

ande before people start I know it's not easy, it's just not particularly interesting or Skillful

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It's not easy you know.

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Who's this Gobshite...

 

oh alex... :lol: shoulda known

 

 

:D

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