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The U.S. Anti-Doping Agency (USADA) delivered a definitive indictment to the world on Wednesday morning with the release of its reasoned decision regarding seven-time Tour de France winner Lance Armstrong. In the 1,000-plus page document sent to the International Cycling Union and the World Anti-Doping agency, USADA found Armstrong guilty of using of performance-enhancing drugs throughout his career and of playing a central role in enforcing a systematic doping program on the U.S. Postal team....

A few notes about this data. The website that I scrape these results from isn’t, shall we say, the most consistent when it comes to the spelling of athlete names, or even their teams. That can make it difficult to slice the data along those dimensions, since it requires a fair bit of work adjusting [...] Related posts:

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Here’s the state of things, team-by-team after yesterday’s Stage 18: One thing to note (that you can’t quite see in this graph) is that this year’s course has caused slightly more of a spread in the field than the previous two. Related posts:Tour de France Charts: Stage 17 Giro d’Italia – After Stage 8 Giro [...] Related posts:

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Here’s the state of things, team-by-team after yesterday’s Stage 18: One thing to note (that you can’t quite see in this graph) is that this year’s course has caused slightly more of a spread in the field than the previous two. Related posts:Tour de France Charts: Stage 17 Giro d’Italia – After Stage 8 Giro [...] Related posts:

  1. Tour de France Charts: Stage 17
  2. Giro d’Italia – After Stage 8
  3. Giro d’Italia: After Stage 10

Back to the team by team view, after Stage 15 (yesterday): Compare Movistar with Orica GreenEdge. Also, note the damage that yesterday’s stage did to several team’s top riders, e.g. Rabobank, Omega Pharma, BMC, RadioShack. Related posts:Tour de France Team-Nationality Guide Tour de France Charts: Stage 17 Giro d’Italia: Stage 21 Related posts:

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