Saturday, January 12, 2008

Camaño missing Iban

Iker Camaño, now with Saunier Duval and formerly of Euskaltel, has voiced his sympathy for Iban in a recent DEIA interview. "I'm the one who misses him the most", he said. "It's just unfair. We're not only team-mates, we're friends as well. 'Till now, we always shared rooms", he said in a sad tone. "We (the whole team) really want him to be here. I don't want to think that he can't come back but, seeing where this is heading... I just hope everything turns out right". So do we.

2 comments:

Bolsen3 said...

Seems the lab in Ghent is using another testing-method than the lab in Paris, after they got a false EPO-positive on a triathlon. There is a possibility for getting a false positive in that method. The Ghent lab changed their methods after this, the Paris lab has not done the same. I must say that this might be a possibility in Ibans case. That the Paris lab got a false positive because of this error, and the Ghent didn't because they're using another method now. Before I was quite sure Iban probably was doped, but with this in mind I'm in serious doubt. I can't imagine that the CAS can judge Iban, instead they should demand that the Paris lab changes their procedure too...

Link: http://www.cyclingheroes.info/id1040.html

Magnus said...

That would be the only natural outcome indeed...

 

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