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Dr. Ferarri convicted, Armstrong cuts ties

Old 10-01-04, 11:34 PM
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http://www.usatoday.com/sports/cycli...ri-trial_x.htm

What, if anything, does this mean now? [EDIT: it's Ferrari]
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Old 10-02-04, 09:44 AM
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Nothing to the long time fans of the sport, we already knew why everyone goes to Ferrari.
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Originally Posted by gcasillo
http://www.usatoday.com/sports/cycli...ri-trial_x.htm

What, if anything, does this mean now? [EDIT: it's Ferrari]
It again reminds me of the difference between doping in Europe, and in the States. Remember when Barry Bonds trainer got tagged? What ever happened to that? We in the states condone doping, and will surely find a way to get Dr. Ferrari to come to America (where his work will be appreciated) to practice his "medicine".
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Well, he was found innocent of that charge of distributing drugs (or what was the charge, exactly?).
So basically, I guess he is in trouble because he gave information.
If I sent a letter to a pro saying that 'maybe you should try *this drug*. You might perform better', maybe I would get convicted, no?

Putting the joking aside... the charge does seem reasonable.
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Originally Posted by Smoothie104
Nothing to the long time fans of the sport, we already knew why everyone goes to Ferrari.

Riders went to Dr. Ferrari to get faster? Is this the eponymy?
It seems so.
Well, is there a Doctor Lamborghini in the house?
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