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Human limits in cycling

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    • 1.  Most serious case of doping in cycling  Some cases My life like a professional athletics  Our reform
    • 2.  He was accussed of doping in the Giro. He was fired for his team (Fassa Bostolo) The sustances he eat was no performance-enhancing drugs
    • 3.  Tested Positive in Testosterone. In the “Tour de Francia” of 2006 His championship title was for Oscar Pereira
    • 4.  Contador have tested positive in Clembuteron In the “Tour de Francia” of 2006 He eat contamination meat.
    • 5.  Rumors to blood doping It was investigated in “Operacion Puesto” in Spain. He can´t participated in the “Tour de Francia” in 2006
    • 6.  Both of us reckon that if the competition was very hard and we know that we’re going to win a lot of money if we win the competition, we’re going to use doping. But if we know that working hard we can win, we wouldnt use illegal substances.
    • 7.  We reckon that if you win a competition it must be because of your effort and for your training. We think that if you win by doping, it hasn´t got merit.
    • 8.  If we could change anything in cycling we would change the leg, that is, we put the leg shorter than nowadays, and the complete run will be easier than it is now.
    • 9.  By:  Juan Antonio Estévez Ruf  José Mª García Blanco  David Mellado Ojeda Jesús Sánchez Toscano