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Amazinz wrote:I really don't think it is to prove himself as far as the drug allegations. He is the most tested rider in the history of the tour and he never failed. More testing is not going to convince the doubters. And assuming he spoke honestly he's not coming back to prove anything but rather to spearhead some European cancer program.
The Artful Dodger wrote:I think Cu has some French blood for the kind of disdain he has for Lance Armstrong. In a poll a few years ago, Lance was ranked as the 3rd most hated athlete in all of France. Only Nicolas Anelka (French soccer player) and Michael Schumacher (F1) topped him. That said, I'm glad to have him back on the Tour as it certainly makes the Tour more enjoyable to watch and the French will admit that too.
As for Cu, nice guy, just had an unhealthy obsession with toilet paper. Had a fairly good taste in microbrew beers. I'm a stout and trappist person myself, but Cu had a diverse taste in all kinds, I presume.
As for House, Cu hit the nail on the head there.
House, M.D., Reminiscing about Cu, and Lance Armstrong
AussieDodger wrote:It's good to see that Lance Armstrong had the balls to come back.
Amazinz wrote:I really don't think it is to prove himself as far as the drug allegations. He is the most tested rider in the history of the tour and he never failed.
mweir145 wrote:And I hardly think the fact that he's never failed a drug test (though that isn't totally true if you look in depth at it), means he never took drugs. These guys are pros at masking the tests when they need to.
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