https://mobile.twitter.co(...)s/884702914261987328quote:Op zondag 9 juli 2017 15:46 schreef THEFXR het volgende:
[..]is natuurlijk al langer bekend, maar of ze er iets aan gaan doen.....twitter:
quote:Op dinsdag 11 juli 2017 13:59 schreef Klopkoek het volgende:
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quote:Op vrijdag 14 juli 2017 12:34 schreef THEFXR het volgende:
Frequent and Passionate” Kissing, Moxylong and an Indian Chemist: Gil Roberts’ Doping Case Is the Strangest One of 2017
quote:The arbitration decision also notes that upon returning to the States that Salazar saw Roberts and “whenever they were together, they kissed frequently and passionately.”
On March 24, Salazar was with Roberts at his apartment. She claimed that sometime between 1:00 and 1:30 p.m., she went to the kitchen and, unbeknownst to Roberts, took her medicine. Upon her return, she kissed Roberts, who “could not count the number of times they kissed between 1:00 p.m. and the doping control officer’s arrival (at 4:07 p.m.).”
Roberts argued that the probenecid showed up in his urine sample as a result of ingesting Moxylong, which contains probenecid, through kissing Salazar. At his hearing, he brought in drug testing expert Dr. Pascal Kintz as an expert witness. Kintz argued that, because probenecid must be taken in large doses (2-5 grams) to work as a masking agent, “it is more than likely that the very low concentration of probenecid measured in the urine of Gil Roberts is the consequence of exposure to minute amounts of the drug, something less than 2 mg within a few hours before specimen collection” and that it was “more than likely” that the probenecid in his system came from kissing Salazar.
For the record, Kintz had “no information regarding how much saliva was present in Ms. Salazar’s mouth, or how much probenecid was in the saliva, or how much saliva was transferred from her mouth to Roberts when they kissed.” Good to know. Even though he’s an expert witness, it would be a bit worrying if Kintz did have access to that information.
Check voor de lol eens drie posts boven je.quote:Op zondag 16 juli 2017 13:28 schreef Pino112 het volgende:
Bora-Hansgrohe team manager Ralph Denk has announced former rider Ralf Matzka returned a positive test for Tamoxifen on March 3, 2016. The 27-year-old German did not race for Bora after the Tour of Flanders in April last year and is not contracted to a team in 2017. He has not been suspended despite the adverse analytical finding,