Quote: Originally Posted by LADYPINKtomato1
He's innocent until proven guilty.. that's the law.
People for some reason, love to help people asend to great heights.. then knock them off the ladder.
I don't get this , he still WON those races.. no one can take that away, they can take the medals,
but he won those races fair and square at the time they took place.. now years later,
someone wants to de-throne him by word of mouth.
This is my opinion.
Are you a cyclist? There does appear to be an issue with many who will take sides on this even when they have considerable knowledge about the sport but I can't see how you can say he won 'fair and square' when the drugs are performance enhancing.
How is that fair? Drugs have been used by many in such races but his team mates and those running his team have been accused and have been banned because the evidence appears to be too great to ignore. The fact he didn't test positive (he did apparently in an early race) was because his team found ways around the tests. The 'evidence' should come out in time.