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Poppet
I tend to agree, Ken.
Wed Jan 19, 2011 18:21
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It may well be possible to beat the odds on a handful of tests, but Armstrong is one of the most tested athletes in the history of sports...


  • Some of those accusations are from ex-teammates who later became competitors. I don't see any proof that he ever failed any drug tests. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Presumption_of_innocence
    • I tend to do so as wellgreenman, Sat Jan 22 23:21
      ...but have to wonder if a combination of clever timing and use of illegal methods like blood doping couldn't have evaded the tests... Still up in the air, I'm not convinced he's guilty. Just... more
    • I tend to agree, Ken. — Poppet, Wed Jan 19 18:21
      • Is This A Case Where...Uru Hammer, Thu Jan 20 09:30
        ...they were not testing for a substance at the time, but are now going back and testing for it? They do keep the material that they are testing for years, I guess, and have done this kind of... more
        • Wouldn't that lend itself to tampering?Siã☀©◔̯◔, Sun Jan 30 18:42
          No "chain of custody" protecting samples would lend itself to all sorts of mischief... and who knows what years of sitting on a shelf, unprotected from sunlight, etc that samples were exposed to? I... more
        • i wonder if there is a pointquentin, Fri Jan 21 22:22
          where the sample has degraded over time and the results are no longer reliable. guess it all depends on what they are testing for.
        • I'm not sure.Poppet, Thu Jan 20 17:10
          I'd have to research that.
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