Good...the $100k will sink him financially I guess...I guess he will be limited to minor stage races over that side of the ocean now
if he comes clean he can move forward otherwise hes going have this hanging over his head forever.
Should be hanging over his head whether he comes clean or not, i don't get how cycling will change if all you have to do is fes up so we can all go "aaww hes a nice guy really & now hes admitted it he'll never do it again so thats ok"
i know what your saying but forgiveness has to start somewhere.
decent article by CW:http://www.cyclingweekly.co.uk/news/Lan ... 62504.html
The former mountain-biker pulled on the final winner's yellow jersey in Paris, following in the footstep of former team leader Lance Armstrong, but four days later was notified that he had tested positive for testosterone.