So… who didn’t cheat..?

Some more about USADA report about Lance, and 2012 TdF winner Brad Wiggins comments.

http://www.sbs.com.au/cyclingcentral/news/40059/wiggins-shocked-by-armstrong-evidence

We don’t go out drinking. You sacrifice a lot and then you win a gold medal but there will be a percentage thinking ‘well, I wonder if there was drugs involved in that performance’.

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Not a nice story

USADA released their report / findings

http://www.nytimes.com/2012/10/11/sports/cycling/agency-details-doping-case-against-lance-armstrong.html?pagewanted=all&hp&_r=1&

“It was not enough that his teammates give maximum effort on the bike, he also required that they adhere to the doping program outlined for them or be replaced,” the antidoping agency said in its report. “He was not just a part of the doping culture on his team, he enforced and reinforced it.”

Triathlon, cycling and the Tour de France

I have to confess I started road cycling because I wanted to get into triathlons in 2006. That was the first time I bought a bike with the intent of doing road cycling. I had to learn everything from scratch.

I was in Houston at the time. Bought a Marin Venezia in e-Bay that was much larger than needed, and had my first embarrassing moment after my first flat, I took it to Bicycle World & Fitness (now Bicycle World of Houston) and they almost laughed at me (very kindly though). I used the Marin for 1 year and although I looked like a dwarf I was pretty strong on it… Click here to continue reading