21 Jun '14, 2pm

@RoGleeda @EdwardPickering For what it's worth, those articles: and

What we should rather do, and I hope can be done after this Tour, is to look at the average of all the major climbs – Arcalis, Verbier, Col de Colombiere, Col de Ronne, and see how the power output goes on average. Why? Because doping’s biggest impact may not be on the single performance, but on repeat performances through its effect on recovery between rides. Analysing many riders over a longer period also helps to control the influence of these variables a little better. This analysis would still require accurate estimations of power output, however.

Full article: http://www.sportsscientists.com/2009/07/tour-de-france-20...

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