“The sad part about this one is that no matter what the science eventually shows the headlines have been made. It’s too bad that this process could not have occurred in a way that you had a final determination of guilt or innocent and then something was released. That’s something that needs to be looked at. It’s the headline that will be in the memory of the general public and it will always supercede the reality and the science, and that’s sad. I don’t think that’s fair,”
Team Garmin-Transitions Team Director on the recent positive doping test of Alberto Contador.
I couldn’t agree more.