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Doping Cases and Bans Thread (2018)

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Gianlu33    594
6 minuti fa, bestmen ha scritto:

the corrupted Besseberg :NOR is the president of IBU    he got 400.000 dollar from who? i don't think only Russia is in

400.000 dollars are nothing for a big NOC

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heywoodu    2,019
3 hours ago, phelps said:

really? :whistle:

 

https://elpais.com/deportes/2018/04/16/actualidad/1523899424_794292.html

 

p.s. sorry fopr the article in Spanish only...at the moment there's nothing in English (but some Italian media have already reported this news)...

It would help to say like one sentence what it's about :p 

 

The Spanish track cycling team in 1996 was, reportedly, doped by the famous mister Ferrari? 

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phelps    245
6 ore fa, heywoodu ha scritto:

It would help to say like one sentence what it's about :p 

 

The Spanish track cycling team in 1996 was, reportedly, doped by the famous mister Ferrari? 

 

yes, by one of his followers: dr. Luis Garcia Del Moral...

the article also says that the Spanish cycling federation itself had a full doping program running from 1993 through 1998...

 

since they didn't win a single medal in Atlanta (and very few in that entire span), I'm just asking myself how clean were those who won tons of medals in that period (but also those who replaced the leading Countries of the Nineties)? :whistle:

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heywoodu    2,019
2 hours ago, phelps said:

 

yes, by one of his followers: dr. Luis Garcia Del Moral...

the article also says that the Spanish cycling federation itself had a full doping program running from 1993 through 1998...

 

since they didn't win a single medal in Atlanta (and very few in that entire span), I'm just asking myself how clean were those who won tons of medals in that period (but also those who replaced the leading Countries of the Nineties)? :whistle:

You mean how clean the medal winners were in the time athletes had EPO for breakfast, lunch and dinner? Yeah...I'm not really doubting about that :d 

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