Game-Changer: The Long Push To End Blood Transfusions In Sport

Tuesday, July 25, 2007: The world of cycling and the Tour de France were plunged into controversy with the news that Alexander Vinokourov had tested positive for a blood transfusion. The Astana team leader had crashed heavily on stage five of the race, losing time, and struggled in the days after that. His general classification … The post Game-changer: The long push to end blood transfusions in sport appeared first on CyclingTips .

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