Saturday, October 28, 2006

Saturday Roundup

7:00pm, time for the first TBV update. You're getting what you paid for today...

News
McQuaid unhappy with Puerto, says AFP/VeloNews, and accepts no responsibility in the least. Everything is someone else's fault.

Blogs
Now That's Amateur considers the role of belief in doping cases, as a probability factor with a calculator.

Triple Crankset notes the PR swipes of the week, from ASO and from Floyd.

Matthew says "
two steps forward, two steps back and fall over."

BeanTownGecko gets so much wrong it's hard to know where to begin.

Smoke and Mirrors follows up an earlier post with a reminder that things stay the same.

Tour photos from the Tourmelat.

Steve Lavey talks about release on Oct 12, gets a number of details wrong, but generally positive.

Extreme presentation reviews the slide set on Oct 12.

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5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Puerto Updated ...

http://www.velonews.com/news/fea/11105.0.html

Anonymous said...

From the story linked above

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McQuaid conceded that there may be riders implicated in the affair who are perfectly innocent. In an effort to clear the cloud of suspicion, McQuaid has proposed a solution to end the suspicion by demanding those implicated to provide DNA samples, so they can be compared to the results from the 200 bags of human blood seized in raids on apartments leased and owned by Fuentes.
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So let me get this straight, we know we have implicated innocent riders, so to colve this problem, we will assume EVERYONE is guilty and let them go about proving their innocence.

Floyd, you cannot take downt he UCI fast enough!!

Gene said...

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M Man said...

So let me get this straight, we know we have implicated innocent riders, so to colve this problem, we will assume EVERYONE is guilty and let them go about proving their innocence.

Floyd, you cannot take downt he UCI fast enough!!


As far as I'm concerned, it's up to McQuaid and every so-called "anti-doper" to prove they haven't been deliberately manufacturing false positives and other so-called evidence.

Gene said...

BeanTownGecko gets so much wrong it's hard to know where to begin.

BeanTownGecko must have gotten so hammered in his comments that he took down the post!