- October 29, 2012 - 14:52
I still dont see the difference,:A.. Wheres the PROOF and:B:..all sports are juicing,,its been going on for years.
- October 24, 2012 - 07:51
Can anyone really recover from Cancer and still be able to train and become fit enough to win the Tour de France? I don't think so and I believe he did it, however, he is still only "accused". When did innocent until proven guilty change in our society? He decided to stop spending millions of dollars to defend himself from the relentless attacks. He passed all the tests, so the USADA went after other cyclists and members of his team who had less means to fight the accusations. Your call, but this looks like a public lynching without having to prove anything.
- October 22, 2012 - 17:02
We take such good care with organized sports these days. When can we start taking the same care with our political leaders and other appointed or elected officials. Do they go through some kind of anti-doping procedure when elected and while in office? We are so careful about our sporting figures but no one looks twice at the people the lead out country, province and communities. Just sayin.....
- John W.
- October 22, 2012 - 15:51
Well, he got what he deserved, short and simple.
- October 22, 2012 - 13:34
Most super stars in sports are juiced with drugs.
- October 22, 2012 - 12:13
What a disappointment and let-down to all his/their fans, and a terrible example, especially, to the "youth" who idolized him as their hero. It's enough to lose our faith and enjoyment of sports.