|15th July 2013||#2261|
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|17th July 2013||#2265|
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Chap on wattage made an interesting point I think, to go along with that article (thanks for posting that btw, interesting).
Anyway- the chap is a TTer who has always published his power data, much to his detriment in his view as his competitors can then see that they're putting out the same watts but he's faster- i.e. there must be something in his kit that they are missing, or vice versa- it shows them where to look for his competitive advantage, allowing them to catch up to him faster.
He also pointed out that if Froome published his data and he was only putting out say 5 W/kg then his Dogma would be getting pulled to bits metaphorically as everyone tried to work out what they'd done differently.
Of course Brailsfords offer to give their data to WADA removes the competitive aspect, if everyone trusts the data not to leak.
|17th July 2013||#2269|
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Logging power data for everyone for any kind of anti-doping is just silly anyway. It'd be easier to put them all in a hermetically sealed box with everything going into and out of the box being controlled. Race on turbos. Job done.
|20th July 2013||#2286|
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you pay people to keep you away from tracing.
You win and reap the rewards immediately.
Justice is on a longer timescale, it takes time but it's fair.
Looking back doping is ingrained in the sport,
why should we shy away from talking about it?
|20th July 2013||#2288|
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Unfortunately the journalist is inept: he misquotes Armstrong as saying you cannot win the tour clean, when he actually said you could not have won it clean during his era, and bases pretty much the whole interview on that error.
He also fails to challenge Rasmussen when he says that "Armstrong never failed a drugs test". If there is a new era of cycling it would be nice it it was accompanied by a new era of journalism too.
|23rd July 2013||#2293|
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So let me get this straight: Kittel (allegedly) is accused of having blood removed, the blood is treated with 'black light' then is re-infused.
Surely this is no better than any other form of blood doping, such as infusions of fresh blood to pep up the rider mid race?
How has he got away with this?
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