- Jan 5, 2004
MJtje said:He simply can't.....that's why the LA camp is very quiet.........
Agreed. The silence is deafening.
And that goes to the crux of this matter.
Mr Armstrong knows that if he does try to challenge the result that this will lead to further exposure and further questions.
The evidence is irrefutable - Mr Armstrong doped.
The question remains as to how the UCI intend to deal with WADA going forward.
That is the bigger issue.
I find it appalling that the UCI try to devise every type of excuse to do nothing in the war on cheating in sport.
Verbruggen is more interested in TV ratings than trying to clean up the sport.
That is the real problem of cycling.
We have had cheats exposed Millar, Armstrong, Virenque, Musseuw, Hamilton and still the UCI contends that it's doing all it can in the war on cheating.
We're still in June 1998 and Festina - no progress has been made in the past