Straff wrote:tymon_tm wrote:probably a press conference wouldn't be enough to tell it all, so maybe another book with Sally? i'd buy it
I trust you are being silly I wouldn't believe a recipe for toast written by Sally Jenkins. She is part of the problem, not the solution.
only a bit. i'd really like to hear/read in details about the corruption in pro cycling, from a person who has been in the very center of affairs
how can we even think or talk about any change when the official state of affairs is: we've caught the biggest cheater, lesson learned, walk away'. with LA's confession all the cyclists, present and past, wouldn't be given a benefit of doubt anymore whether they cheat(ed) or not. and yes, i'd very much like him to give names. all the names he could think of. if the greatest champ of all times states (presumably) 'we've all done that, and to my knowledge it's still going on' that would mean much more than any prosecution, official report or all those tons of BS interviews with self proclaimed 'clean' or 'fair' cyclists and managers