UCI sets up 3-man panel to investigate doping past

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  • Esquire Springville, UT
    Jan. 8, 2014 12:24 p.m.

    This isn't just about Armstrong. Many riders were involved in similar activities over the years, including many of the accusers. Doping is much bigger than Armstrong. That's why I have little faith in these efforts when I see guys like Hincappie, Liepheimer, and even Frankie Andreu, who were part of the doping culture, get off with little or no ramifications. Teams, sponsors, vendors, officials, jouranlists and many others benefitted and profited from doping. Armstrong may be the poster boy for it (the bigger they are, the harder they fall), but it did not origninate with him, he was not alone in it, and it has continued after he stopped. I love this sport. But don't give me any more self-righteous hypocrisy from people involved one way or another in pro cycling.