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Last Post 05/25/2013 09:06 AM by entheo genic. 26 Replies.
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pikeHillRoad

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05/24/2013 07:22 AM
DiLuca positive again. Kicked out of Giro, sacked by team. Is the lifetime Ban that far off? I think his manager hit it on the head: "The guy needs treatment" He ought to open a bar and hire Ricardo Ricco...
Entheo

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05/24/2013 07:46 AM
i thought it was an old story that accidentally circulated to the top. deja vu all over again.

time for the killer to open a bike shop or a meth lab, whichever he's most qualified to do.
The Short White Guy™

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05/24/2013 07:50 AM
...shaking head...

Some guys don't (in his case, Do) get it.
billygoat

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05/24/2013 08:24 AM
I laughed out loud when I read the news. Not surprised at all...especially when I read in Cyclingnews that he only had two days of racing in his legs before the Giro..
canucklehead

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05/24/2013 08:30 AM
this giro is extremely dirty me thinks... visconti is next, then scarponi and then neeee-ballll-leeeee....
Keith Richards

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05/24/2013 08:32 AM
Dude!!!!!!!
----- It is his word versus ours. We like our word. We like where we stand and we like our credibility."--Lance Armstrong.
Keith Richards

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05/24/2013 08:37 AM


I mentioned earlier in the race that I was surprised he was still active considering his age and um...prior convictions.
----- It is his word versus ours. We like our word. We like where we stand and we like our credibility."--Lance Armstrong.
canucklehead

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05/24/2013 08:41 AM
paging Levi paging Levi Leipheimer...there's an opening on Vini Fantini Selle Italia that you may wish to apply for...
jmdirt

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05/24/2013 08:53 AM
These old dopers only know how to train/race loaded. They can't go back to being donkeys once they've done a few laps on the race track.
Inferno7

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05/24/2013 09:50 AM
Looks like the killer killed his career, oh well it would have never happened without EPO so nothing ventured nothing gained. As long as he doesn't spew bs like "we like our side, or blahblahblah".
Ussi Lumi

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05/24/2013 09:57 AM
The costs of doping must greatly exceed the benefits. And not just for old school dopers that are stupid enough to be caught time after time. First offense should be a multi year suspension, fines and paying recompense to their team. Second offense must be lifetime ban.

The Doping Curmudgeon
The Short White Guy™

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05/24/2013 10:18 AM
From @lancearmstrong: Knowing I have 0 cred on the doping issue - I still can't help but think, "really Di Luca? Are you that fooking stupid??"

Yup!
Orange Crush

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05/24/2013 10:21 AM
Posted By pike HillRoad on 05/24/2013 07:22 AM
He ought to open a bar and hire Ricardo Ricco...

Yup
Oldfart

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05/24/2013 10:24 AM
I work with a woman who won silver in rowing in LA. World Chapionship medals. She holds her hands apart "we lost by that much" to them. East Germans. Never got to hear our national anthem. Robbed.

Maybe the killer should Judy change his nick name. Contest! Come up with the new diluca nick name. "The Turd"? No one can say that they are surprised. Maybe the peloton, the clean portion which I think is now the majority, should start taking matters into their own hands. Sit down strike at the start until the turds are ejected. Maybe certain riders start crashing a lot. Oh and the penalty for a first doping offence in rowing? Anyone? Lifetime ban.
Orange Crush

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05/24/2013 10:46 AM
Posted By Andy Eunson on 05/24/2013 10:24 AM
Oh and the penalty for a first doping offence in rowing? Anyone? Lifetime ban.

Ah yes, rowing, such as nice sport.

Banned Austrian biathlon and cross-country coach Walter Mayer, Stefan Matschiner, the former manager of disgraced cyclist Bernhard Kohl, and Martin Kessler, a rowing coach, were those at the heart of the doping network that used Humanplasma’s facilities between 2003 and 2006, the laboratory said in a statement.

The laboratory said it was first approached in 2003 by Mayer and Kessler, who insisted that blood doping was “completely legal and a widespread practice for a long time.”

http://velonews.competitor.com/2010/03/news/vienna-lab-names-brains-behind-austrian-doping-network_106686

Cycling is the one sport that seems to attracts the crazies like Rico and deLuca that make the big headline though
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