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Team sponsored what. If Sky are the systematic doping machine certain people are making out, then they are f**king rubbish at it if this is how they get caught. The commons report is also a disgrace, barely a fact in it, just a lot of unsubstantiated suspicion authored by a lot of politiciansnardol wrote:Team sponsored. fudge up DURING a tour when they have full supervision of rider.BlackMac wrote:nardol wrote:It's a given that he is going to get canned for the tour. The whole sky team should tbf.Laurent wrote:and gets suspended before the tournardol wrote:How much shit hits the fan if froome actually wins this?
FFS I would just love to hear your reasoned argument behind that bollocks
Also, how many other teams have been suspended for having a rider fail a drugs test, never mind return an adverse analytical finding.
It might just be smoke and mirrors, but in an interview before the Giro, Froome stated he was absolutely certain that he would be cleared and he certainly seems to be putting in a hell of an effort into a race everyone seems to think will not count.
Personally I think he should have taken a voluntary suspension but there is clearly a lot going on in the background
Well, lets not kid ourselves. Pretty much every rider in the grand tours and the majority of elite sportsman are on PEDs.nardol wrote:Brave is a word some called Armstrong....Angry_Bull wrote:This is fascinating, up to 3:30 lead.
You have to give it to Froome, he is one brave rider!
Lets just enjoy it for what it is, a great ride!
I hope so... and the ramp has some savage angles to it in spots, it could be that. He's dragged these other 3 along today.GDBFC99 wrote:Not yet, diesel mode.nardol wrote:Did all the chasing. Will do well to hold 2ndguy smiley wrote:Dumoulin's broken
So it seems and now Lopez and Carapaz go for it. I hope they both have mechanicalsBlackMac wrote:Terrible to watch. Not convinced TD has cracked though, his tempos fineGDBFC99 wrote:Carapaz and Lopez are 2 freaking rats.
They attack....each other I suppose.BlackMac wrote:It will be gutting to watch them nip past him in the end for the bonus seconds. Couple of pricks.Beaver_Shark wrote:Horrendous wheel-sucking by those two.
And off they go
ahh... thank you, sir. Of course, I forgot to work out the virtual lead.Angry_Bull wrote:2:54 down on Dumoulin at the start of the day.guy smiley wrote:Was Froome about 5 minutes down at the start of today?
They all mugged Dumoulin off at the end. I reckon Froome leads by about 30s with the bonus times.guy smiley wrote:ahh... thank you, sir. Of course, I forgot to work out the virtual lead.Angry_Bull wrote:2:54 down on Dumoulin at the start of the day.guy smiley wrote:Was Froome about 5 minutes down at the start of today?