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RE: Tyler Hamilton's heavy doping program revealed
I agree. And what's interesting is that the accused athlete/legal/PR people deny and deny, and meanwhile the clock is ticking until the end of their suspension. So it ends up looking like they were only suspended/guilty for a short period of time before they can start racing again. I mean, Tyler Hamilton's last appeal ended not that long ago, and I believe he's eligible to race this fall. So he only has to live for a short time as a guilty man - for the first year and several months he was still innocent until proven guilty, and fighting the good fight.
The other aspect is that IF this is all true, it should point out that "good guys" can still take performance enhancing drugs. I briefly met Tyler Hamilton, and he seemed like a nice enough guy. Everything I've ever heard about him (other than the, uh, suspension as a drug cheat) is that he's a great guy, one of the nicest guys in the sport. People have a hard time reconciling this concept, and see the "drug cheat" and "good guy" as mutually exclusive personalities. They're not.
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