I think 'moderately competent' is a fair assessment
Nico vond het een mooi verhaal! Naar alle waarheid opgeschreven zei ie en de groeten terug!
Driving across Nebraska at 75 mph seems to take a while. Can't imagine doing it with a horse and wagon.
I may have some very vague tweets for the next few weeks. I'm sorry.
ironically enough, thats maybe been one of most significant impediments to actually understanding the reality of doping.
een tweede kans verdiend iedereen, maar ze moeten niet doen of ze wereldverbeteraars zijn!
visiting some friends, and getting creeped out by birds
Feel sober enough to compose a tweet to say a huge Thank You to The Wigan Warriors for making me a life member last night, huge honour
Let it be known that I have more @Strava
KOMs than Lance and I did it drug free.
I asked them in 2007. They were honest.
I knew they doped when I hired them in late 2007. I only asked they never do it again and be honest about it when asked.
How about quitting at 29 yrs old because I was sick of it? Whats that, like about a 6 -7 year suspension?
am I supposed to stop riders racing that doped in the early 2000s before my team even existed? I'd have to stop half the peloton!
watching rederecord channel.gotta get used to hear and speak portoghese again.
Just to clarify @usantidoping
isn't releasing 1000 "one-sided" pages; just 200.
No. My transgressions were a decade ago. Not within WADA statute of limitations.
maybe there's more preventative value in accepting & understanding the truth before jumping immediately w/ @smnb
I think some folks might think I'm upset by all this. No. It's a necessary process for lasting culture change and the health of the sport.
i agree w/ @smnb
but if you want to truly understand what happened you have to contextualize it honestly + acknowledge the warped system.