The UCI took the tip of a ball of doping in sport pedal lifetime sanctioned Lance Armstrong and withdrew won seven tour
Listen Willy, you’d better go on back roads, “was the first tip. The year was 1998 when the Festina team doctor made the recommendation to the assistant Willy Voet. Why worry if Voet simply wearing material destined port of Calais at the start of the Tour de France, that started that year from Dublin? The car was a bomb. The traveling bag 400 doses of illegal products, especially EPO, the queen then, the magical potion undetectable. But Voet understood it was a formality. “What I was going to pass. We thought we were untouchable! It could go 200 kilometers on a highway and you salvabas giving him a jersey (shirt) the policeman on duty, “he said at the time the daily As. And made the trip this July 8, the day before the Tour. In Neuville-en-Ferrain , a town on the French-Belgian border, was waiting crouched customs police. They went straight to the bag. They found the arsenal: EPO 200 ampoules, nearly 100 of growth hormone and testosterone dozen boxes. The equivalent strength and oxygen capsules. Voet was arrested. And hunting in what might be called the Die Potenzmittel kamagra, Sidalis, Hard on 120, Oral Jelly, super p force und Sidalis ohne Rezept bestellen began. Festina case that resulted in police lock-ups stuffed french open. As they marched cyclists, medical directors and Festina. Questioned.Treated as drug traffickers. Eco, Magic Potion How does EPO and why is not detected is the big question? Autotransfusion or EPO injections filled the bloodstream. Raise the hematocrit is the percentage of blood in the veins. Without exceeding the legal limit, 50%. But they have a side effect: the body reacts and stops producing these cells on their own. At that point stop doping controls. When they discover that an athlete tests stopped creating cells, light alarms. The detection method is Australian: measures the amount of reticulocytes, young red blood cells. If not, suspect. Of course, for every law there is a catch. The micro doses of EPO. The doctors believe that cheaters are undetectable.Its footprint disappears soon. So if 2000 units of EPO injected before, now reach 200. A drop in the blood stream. Although sufficient to arouse the production of red blood cells. And it confuses the controls. The fact is that the scandal that began in 1998 appears to have ended Monday with the lifetime ban the American cyclist Lance Armstrong, who gouged won all tours.Since then the bike was not the same. The shadow of doping always flew in all competitions. In 1999, several of the Mapei team cyclists were arrested; Vandenbroucke appeared implicated in a plot of doping and Pantani was expelled from Giro that was won by overcoming the rate of hematocrit. In 2001 the Giro became crazy records; Dario Frigo was expelled, and appeared a syringe with insulin in Pantani’s room. In 2002, Garzelli, leader of the Giro, tested positive. The Tour that year, Rumsas wife was arrested with a cargo of dopants. In the Vuelta 2004, Hamilton and Santiago Pérez fell through blood transfusion. A year later came the positive EPO Heras. In 2006 Operation Puerto doping found curled around Euphemianus doctor Fuentes. The client list: Ullrich, Basso, Sevilla, Mancebo, and teams Valencian Community and Liberty. The Tour Landis won that season. Three days later he jumped positive for testosterone. In 2007, Vinokourov tested positive for the Grande Boucle and Rasmussen, overall race leader, was set apart by having dodged two prior to the Tour doping controls your computer. And now a new pearl in the long necklace madness. King of the cycling world loses the crown. The world woke up shocked by the news that the International Cycling Union (UCI) decided to strip the American Lance Armstrong of his seven Tour titles in France and forbid compete for life. The council president, Pat McQuaid announced that the federation accepted the report of the United States Anti-Doping Agency on Armstrong. The decision allows organizers of the Tour officially remove the name of Armstrong’s book marks, canceling their consecutive wins from 1999 to 2005. Tour director Christian Prudhomme said failure to accept the ICU and in those years have not officially test winners. The decision is made on Friday. Just in case: those who entered with a history behind Armstrong doping. McQuaid was very hard to convict around estaounidense rider “has no place in cycling, it is better to forget.” THE CRAZY RACE ARMSTRONG July 27 1999: Wins his first Tour de France. July 23, 2000: Wins his second Tour. In November, comes to light judicial investigation for doping during the Tour team. 2001: Conquer the Tour for the third year. He revealed that he had consulted the Italian doctor Michele Ferrari, implicated in the case by the use of EPO to beat the hour record.July 28, 2001: Win the Tour for the fourth time and is dismissed the case against him after undergoing urinalysis and blood in August. 2003: Wins Fifth Tour and divorces. 2004: Weeks before the start of the Tour, is accused of taking performance-enhancing drugs in the book by David Walsh and Pierre Ballester. 2004: Wins the sixth Tour France, becoming the winningest rider in the history of the gala event. 2004: His former assistant Mike Ardenson prohibited complaint found in his apartment and helped him escape Unannounced substances. April 18, 2005: Win seventh Tour and moves the world to retire. 2005: scandal a month of being away, L’Equipe reports that new positive tests for EPO in six of Armstrong’s urine samples allegedly taken during the 1999 Tour. 2006: In May is exonerated by the UCI doping allegations in 1999 because the controls were not developed under sound scientific standards. September 9, 2008: Announces his return to professional cycling. 2010: Landis admits he doped when he ran in the US Postal Service, and accuses several former teammates, including Armstrong. 2011: In January, a Sports Illustrated article quotes Stephen Swart, Armstrong mate in 1995, to claim that the seven-time Tour champion was the instigator for the team doparan with EPO. 2011: In February, announced his retirement from cycling high competition. 2011: In May another bomb: his former teammate Hamilton said he and Armstrong took EPO Tours in 1999, 2000 and 2001. June 13, 2012: USADA files formal charges against Armstrong for doping (blood transfusions, EPO, testosterone and corticosteroids) and is suspended. July 10, 2012: USADA sanctions lifetime three former employees of Armstrong’s US Postal participate in a systematic doping system. August 23, 2012: USADA anticipates that it will suspend for life and taken away all the titles won since 1998.August 24, 2012: USADA suspends and perpetual disqualification from all competitions in who participated. October 22, 2012: The UCI becomes effective lifetime ban and takes the prize won seven Tours.