What about the fact that USADA said if Lance had played ball he would have not lost all his tour wins . In that case there is a lot of supposition in the case USADA have. If you applied that to Contador then none of his victorys would stand . Armstrongs Bronze at the olympics looks like going so I would not be surprised if they do take away his worlds.
Not one of your better posts artray!
Wrong on the supposition re. Contador - there is no line of teammates and all the other evidence stacked against him for all his Tour wins. Only evidence that points to him having cheated for one Tour win. There is simply no equivalance with the evidence presented against Lance, year by year, Tour "win" after Tour "win". No one on this forum, or anywhere else, can show me evidence Contador was cheating during, or leading up to, the Tour in 2007, which he won. We might have suspicions ... but's just speculation.
Lance's Bronze medal was in the year 2000, a year in which, you guessed it, USADA have compelling evidence he was cheating. Totally different to the Worlds many years earlier, for which there is no evidence he was cheating. No one on this forum, or anywhere else, can show me evidence Armstrong was cheating during, or leading up to, his Worlds victory.
There's a line that has to be drawn inevitably here. If you doped in the months leading up to a competition (as per the 2000 Olympics) then it's reasonable to say you've gained an unfair advantage in that competition, whether or not you were actually caught doping during the competition.