Originally Posted by Bobby Jr
The people who're "convicting" him have said it's happening - I guess it's a matter of them to make their case to the people who run the Tour de France. As far as I understand sporting bodies are obliged to accept the word of drug bodies.
So far as taking part in a race... Isn't he doing triathlons now? > different sport = probably a clean slate.
The UCI was backing Lance Armstrong in his former legal case against USADA, and rightfully so. What I see is a corrupt USADA, which has zero objective, physical evidence, and they have broken their own rules to pursue a witch hunt against Armstrong.
As far as Travis Tygart and co are concerned, Armstrong is guilty until proven innocent. How can anyone come to any other conclusion when they took Armstrong's decision to end any legal fight as an "admission of guilt"? They don't seem to realise that Armstrong doesn't have to prove anything.