Still doesn't take away from the fact that he beat cancer twice and was able to compete as a high level athlete for several years following multiple rounds of intense chemotherapy, and compete in (and complete) one of the most grueling feats of athleticism on the planet less than a year after beating the cancer.
I could give a damn about if he doped or not. The entire sport dopes, so why single out the one dude who won?
2x Prince o3 Tour MP - Polystar Energy 17g at 54 pounds, lead at 11 and 1
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