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Two Views on Chris Horner

Chris Horner won the Vuelta a España, becoming the oldest rider to win a grand tour.  Those of us who are master blasters have a glimmer of hope.  Or do we?  As he closed in on the overall win, there were more than a few raised eyebrows.  How does a […]

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Lance Armstrong: Will He Come Clean?

On Friday night, the word came down.  The New York Times reported that Lance Armstrong was mulling whether he should confess to doping.   The redoubtable Juliet Macur cited unnamed sources who said that Lance had reached out to USADA’s Travis Tygart about the possibility of a complete confession. Part of Armstrong’s […]

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Lance Armstrong: Reasoned Decision

The naughty details are finally out.  You can read all the affidavits, supporting documents and USADA’s logic for charging Lance Armstrong – among others – with systematic doping.  Having devoured Tyler Hamilton’s book The Secret Race, I had an inkling of what was to come.  While each rider has a […]

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Frank Schleck B-Sample Positive for Diuretic

Frank Schleck faces a possible two-year ban from cycling after his B-sample tested positive for the diuretic Xipamide today.  UCI confirmed the positive result and has requested disciplinary action. Schleck  has protested his innocence and according to one source even suggested that he may have been “poisoned.”  The Inner Ring has […]

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Doping in Sport is Wrong on More than One Count

There were hints of this in other news outlets today, and the internet was rife with denials and “no comments.”  It’s reported that George Hincapie, Lance Armstrong’s right-hand man through all of his Tour de France triumphs, will testify against his former team leader the the U.S. Anti-Doping Association’s case […]

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