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Old 07-06-2010, 07:29 AM   #30
ollinger
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Why ban something if it can't be detected? Because the governing body of cycling is not a court of law and can disqualify riders if there is enough reasonable evidence, such as a doctor and teammmate who report the doping. They don't need evidence that is utterly irrefutable. And they SHOULD disqualify them. A practice that is known to be seriously dangerous can't be condoned by the governing organization.
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