casual obsever wrote:
Why are you asking me that? Lots of drug cheats get away, as the sheer numbers show clearly (e.g. over 44% cheat, 1 - 2% get caught). Almost nobody cares. Froome and Wiggins are just two examples, but they show that the British NADO still closes both eyes whenever and wherever possible.
Froome went over the allowed dope amount, and miracously his case was dropped.
Wiggins, for starters see here:
Froome's salbutamol case was nothing to do with UK Anti-Doping.
Why do you think he used it during that stage? What benefit do you think it would have?