You can’t say that, No. 5

So does the World Anti-Doping Agency.

“At the end of the day I know what I did and didn’t do.” Sad-faced Stuart O’Grady, explaining why he’s not bothered by accusations that he doped throughout his career rather than the “just a few times” to which he confessed. Cycling News, January 18, 2015.

He thought that the only cheating douchebag in the pro peloton was, you know, him.

“I had no idea. I didn’t want to think that the men I was racing against were cheating.” Disappointed with broken childhood dreams doper Stuart O’Grady explaining that throughout the “dark era of cycling” he thought that he was the only rider who had ever used drugs. Cycling News, February 26, 2014.

Except that an isosceles triangle has two equal sides. But that’s it.

“I didn’t know anything at all.” Doped up doper Stuart O’Grady’s former team boss Roger Legeay, who managed him for eight years, who was himself busted for doping in 1974, and who oversaw Jonathan Vaughters at Credit Agricole — the ambassador for clean cycling who admitted to systematically doping while on the team. Cycling News, July 26, 2013.

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14 thoughts on “You can’t say that, No. 5”

  1. Hey Seth the doper, your never going to land that pro contract, if you keep making fun of the drugatron.

      1. So last weekends results are down to the ginseng inhaler, your “Team Doctor” proscribed because you get out of breath when you climb 14 flights of stairs. Congratulations on the contract.

  2. Here in the LA Basin, we have substantial ozone in the atmosphere. So if you’re in LA, you’re doping, by default.

    1. This is a phase. Having to shepherd wankers around will drive him insane. Lots of pros try this avenue and all abandon it sooner rather than later. Peter van Petegem, Steve Bauer, Lemond, Phinney (Sr.). It’s as if you were a retired chef at a 5-star restaurant and had to spend your retirement working the burger machine at McDonald’s.

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