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“We regard this leak as a serious affair and we will be doing everything to determine how it came about.” The UCI added: “As regards the list, the UCI would like to highlight that the reading of this list should be done so with a very precise and provisional context.Tour de France director Christian Prudhomme insisted Friday that the list was merely a tool in the fight against doping. There is a list made for one of the three international federations (the UCI), who have taken the biological passport, that is to say a tool, certainly a bonus in the fight against doping,” said Prudhomme. Being only three years my senior, our racing careers have run mostly parallel (though at very different levels) and as I strive to make my own comeback to competitive cycling, I will be following Alexi's progress with great interest. Grewal won Olympic gold in the Road Race during the 1984 Games held in Los Angeles, he also had a solid career riding for 7-11 in Europe and then for Coors Light in the United States.His climbing prowess allowed him to win the Bob Cook Memorial Mt.Evans Hillclimb on three occasions, and to take 1st overall in the 1982 edition of the Cascade Cycling Classic.Making a comeback to a sport in which you were once at the top is, I can imagine, easier said than done; whatever the outcome, though it should be fun, and hopefully inspirational.If this is true, I think it unfortunate, he clearly possesses a wealth of history and experience, which I am sure would have made for some great stories. December 2011 update: Here is the link to a Velo News story about Alexi Grewal and his comeback attempt.
PARIS (AFP) ─ Denis Menchov, Andreas Klöden and Michael Rogers are among a “secret” list of 40 riders who warranted special attention from anti-doping officials at last year’s Tour de France, a report said on Friday.
I don't recall reading anything specific, but I suspect that as Mr.
Grewal came to realize that coming back to a high level of competition, was not progressing as hoped, he pulled the plug, and returned to a life outside racing.
Only those who have a biological passport can have such a list.”‘s editorial column that accompanied the list praises cycling and the UCI for the fight against doping.
Under the headline “Cycling shows the way” editor Gilles Simon writes (in part): “What you have in front of your eyes is not a lists of culprits.