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Pazflor
Aha, now we know why he raced Wallone Pfft
 
wackojackohighcliffe
lol at topic name.Grin

one bad thing is that fuyi li i had no problem with. But it at least shows that Bruyneel ain't flawless
 
CrueTrue
I see a "I have an asthma declaration!" case coming up.
 
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issoisso
CrueTrue wrote:
I see a "I have an asthma declaration!" case coming up.



"Volcano ash. I couldn't breathe".
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wackojackohighcliffe
issoisso wrote:
CrueTrue wrote:
I see a "I have an asthma declaration!" case coming up.



"Volcano ash. I couldn't breathe".


Chinese air is positively toxic and thicker than cream anyway.
 
issoisso
wackojackohighcliffe wrote:
issoisso wrote:
CrueTrue wrote:
I see a "I have an asthma declaration!" case coming up.



"Volcano ash. I couldn't breathe".


Chinese air is positively toxic and thicker than cream anyway.


I've been to Athens. I can't imagine it being worse.
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felix_29
I´ve got a bottle of him and it smells suspicious...maybe Clenbuterol?
 
wackojackohighcliffe
issoisso wrote:
wackojackohighcliffe wrote:
issoisso wrote:
CrueTrue wrote:
I see a "I have an asthma declaration!" case coming up.



"Volcano ash. I couldn't breathe".


Chinese air is positively toxic and thicker than cream anyway.


I've been to Athens. I can't imagine it being worse.


Have you been to Beijing? Having said that I haven't been to Athens
 
issoisso
wackojackohighcliffe wrote:
issoisso wrote:
wackojackohighcliffe wrote:
issoisso wrote:
CrueTrue wrote:
I see a "I have an asthma declaration!" case coming up.



"Volcano ash. I couldn't breathe".


Chinese air is positively toxic and thicker than cream anyway.


I've been to Athens. I can't imagine it being worse.


Have you been to Beijing? Having said that I haven't been to Athens


Never been to China
The preceding post is ISSO 9001 certified

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wackojackohighcliffe
issoisso wrote:
wackojackohighcliffe wrote:
issoisso wrote:
wackojackohighcliffe wrote:
issoisso wrote:
CrueTrue wrote:
I see a "I have an asthma declaration!" case coming up.



"Volcano ash. I couldn't breathe".


Chinese air is positively toxic and thicker than cream anyway.


I've been to Athens. I can't imagine it being worse.


Have you been to Beijing? Having said that I haven't been to Athens


Never been to China


Well that makes that redundant. Anyways, what does clenbuterol actually do isso?
 
CrueTrue
It makes breathing easier - primarily used by asthmatics, which 90 % of the peloton are Pfft
 
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issoisso
Improves breathing and thus oxygenation.

Is also used by asthma patients. Petacchi and a few other italians have been convicted of using truckloads of it. It's easy to get a TUE and use it to dope "legally".

Hence my volcano ash comment.
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schleck93
wackojackohighcliffe wrote:
issoisso wrote:
wackojackohighcliffe wrote:
issoisso wrote:
wackojackohighcliffe wrote:
issoisso wrote:
CrueTrue wrote:
I see a "I have an asthma declaration!" case coming up.



"Volcano ash. I couldn't breathe".


Chinese air is positively toxic and thicker than cream anyway.


I've been to Athens. I can't imagine it being worse.


Have you been to Beijing? Having said that I haven't been to Athens


Never been to China


Well that makes that redundant. Anyways, what does clenbuterol actually do isso?


A wikipedia serach and reading the first two lines of the article made it clear to me that it is an asthma medicine that makes breathing easier. Took about 30 seconds Wink
BenBarnes wrote:
Thor wears a live rattlesnake as a condom.
 
Waghlon
Not easier. Possible.
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Repeat after me: Kruijswijk won't win the Giro.
 
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kumazan
A positive in a Bruyneel team? Shock

Shame it was Li who tested positive. It could have been another. Specially someone more Texan than Li. Pfft
 
Ildabaoth
I wonder why did he use clenbuterol without having a TUE, anyways. The detection is quite easy, because it can be detected for about 30 hours after the doping. And to get an asthma related TUE is piece of cake nowadays.
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schleck93
Ildabaoth wrote:
I wonder why did he use clenbuterol without having a TUE, anyways. The detection is quite easy, because it can be detected for about 30 hours after the doping. And to get an asthma related TUE is piece of cake nowadays.


Atleast if the cake is made out of "Benjamin Franklins" Pfft
BenBarnes wrote:
Thor wears a live rattlesnake as a condom.
 
fenian_1234
They probably used him as a test dummy to see how close to the wind they could sail.
 
rjc_43
Drug can also be used to help control weight.
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Ildabaoth
rjc_43 wrote:
Drug can also be used to help control weight.


It's unlikely he used it to reduce his weight. The dosage is quite high and frequent (about once every 3 days, minimum), so he would be caught after any doping control. But well, people are stupid, so perhaps. Wink
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