Rick Crawford tells us about "Reading Blood"

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    most of those "blood influences" should be able to be tracked indirectly by a good coach and a good relationship with their rider.

    This ventures into territory proscribed by the WADA statutes as "doping against the principals of sport", or some principal to that end. This tenet makes illegal, those legal drugs that affect the neuromuscular system, the cardiac system, and the circulatory system.

    See:
    http://www.bikeradar.com/news/article/tour-like-a-mobile-pharmacy-10544

    One has to ask, why Cervelo need 3 doctors, and Slipstream only have Steffen, for the GTs.
     
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    He'd probably say that he now realizes his talent was squandered by hangers-on who will do anything to build a reputation on the back of athletes.
     
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