Is there any more evidence for this than a report in L'Equipe? If not, then he is hardly busted.
You are such an ignorant tool.
What you dismiss as "a report in L'Equipe" constitutes hard scientific evidence of doping.
Fri, 04/03/2009 - 1:57am by Andy Shen
"So there is no doubt in my mind he (Lance Armstrong) took EPO during the '99 Tour."
Dr. Michael Ashenden began his career as an exercise physiologist with the Australian Institute of Sport. After assisting in the development of an EPO test for the Sydney Olympic Games, he left the AIS to focus on battling blood doping. In 2005, Dr. Ashenden was among of group of scientists who questioned the validity of a physiological study on Lance Armstrong, a dispute that led him to serve as an expert witness in an arbitration case involving Armstrong and a bonus payment for winning the Tour. Dr. Ashenden kindly agreed to speak with us and shed some new light on that controversy. He also helped us analyze the 6 positives from Armstrong's '99 Tour samples with a level of detail never before made public.
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An instant message between Frankie Andreu (FDREU) and Jonathan Vaughters (Cyclevaughters) the morning of July 26, 2005
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