Saturday, 1 July 2006

Performance Enhancing Lawyers

The cyclists who came second, third and fourth in last year's Tour de France are implicated (although not convicted) in a doping scandal. Yet the winner has just won a libel victory against the Sunday Times for suggesting he wasn't clean. Let's just think a moment: Lance Armstrong was competing against the best cyclists in the world in the supreme trial of endurance. Suppose they were on drugs. He won. Then either (a) he is an incredible athlete, head and shoulders above even his performance enhanced peers; or (b) ...

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