Paul Andrews

This Day in Doping (Tour 2009 series)

In Bicycle Racing, Bicycling, This Day In Doping on July 9, 2009 at 9:39 pm

New York Times: Germany’s new cycling star hopes to put Germany’s doping troubles behind Germany. The question being: Since when are doping problems restricted or disproportionate to Germany? Statistically, does Germany even surpass other countries in doping problems? As a friend put it recently, doping in pro cycling is big news as long as it doesn’t involve Americans.

Bicycle.net: New tests can detect the previously undetectable. Why all those old samples still may have relevance.

Lance fires back: “I’ve nothing to hide from the testers.”

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