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1st Doper caught
1 Aug, 2009

The 1st Doper has been caught from this years Tour de France and Suprize Suprize he's Spanish!

Mikel Astorloza has popped the test tube for EPO, but however it was actually 25 days before the tour and not from the test taken when he won the 16th stage.

Here at Cyclingnz we'd like to know what the hell is wrong with these guys? are they a bit stupid? Good one Mikel...your a real champion!

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The look of a doper?

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