The Case of the Missing Verdict

My man Andrew Hood over at the other place — you know where it is — hints via Twitter that the long-awaited, oft-delayed decision in Albuterol Clenbutador’s doping case could be postponed yet again.

Thousands of Spanish beeves have been conceived, born, raised, fattened, slaughtered, eaten and excreted since he rang the Dope-O-Meter® back in 2010. Teams have arisen and fallen, sponsorships sold and expired. Lance Armstrong has gotten pissed off and pissed on.

Can you imagine the expressions on the faces of Clenbutador’s grandchildren when the deal finally goes down? Well, you won’t have to. Your clone can be there in holographic form as the kiddies get the news from Sirius telepathic TV in their flying car.


2 Responses to “The Case of the Missing Verdict”

  1. Larry T. Says:

    No matter what happens with this mess, pro cycling looks stupid. It’s either, “what took so long and the guy gets off?” or “what took so long, the guy’s been racing all this time while guilty of cheating?” How long will it take before the UCI figures out a way to take the sanctioning away from the national federations and puts it under the control of some independent body? Until this happens CAS will be swamped with cases of WADA and UCI against cheaters from corrupt federation (currently Spain, Luxembourg and Russia but previously Italy and a few others) to the point of irrelevance. Or they could just give up and call it World Cycling Entertainment, forget the Olympics and let folks like that Belgian fellow from RadioSchleck run things.

  2. High Plains Drifters Says:

    Alberto whom again? Is he the guy that makes VO5?

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