Until he [Ullrich] talks frankly I don't have any time for him or any sponsor which supports his efforts at rehabilitation. Surprised nobody tells him this when he appears at various sportifs.
Good post. It seems that Ullrich may make an announcement about this subject soon after his court verdict is announced. Even though his agent makes the typical cryptic and vague comment about what he may say, one would think that Jan himself spoke to him about it. http://www.cyclingnews.com/news/ullrich ... confession
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I hate to bring Armstrong into this, but we can sweep things under the rug and pretend the past is the past. But I for one would like to know how Lance became a seven-time Tour champion. The recent potential Federal charges he may be facing in the near future will undoubtedly shed light into his program, which even for a doper was the best, most efficient and highly successful cycling has ever seen.
We can then put to rest all the myth-making about how he was the hardest working, most focused and most talented Tour rider that ever lived and get to the actual concrete details of how he achieved his success. This will shed light into the dark shadow world that doctors like Ferrari and Fuentes operate under.
We got a glimpse of it when Tyler Hamilton's doping diaries were released to the public. Was I the only one shocked at the amount of PED's he ingested? It's details like this that really make one shake his head in disgust. I cannot imagine what it must be like riding aginst guys like that clean. It is simply impossible. If this is what it took for Hamilton to garner the success he achieved, what does that say about others who fall under the umbrella of suspicion who won more prestigious races than he did?
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