Blog Posts - Alberto Contador



A pair of grand…

...tours. The Vuelta a Espana and the Tour of Britain finished at the weekend both in their own way were grand. Read the rest of this crap at Toxic Web → .
by Toxic Web on Sep 18, 2014

One year on from Lance Armstrong’s fall from grace, is cycling moving in the right direction?

For a long time Lance Armstrong could do no wrong. He was the icon of a sport, an icon of a nation and a man who had overcome cancer to live out his dream and achieve things never before seen in cycling, winning the Tour De France a record seven time...
by Tibs News on Oct 31, 2013

A Alberto Contador le nace el enemigo en casa

Mal le vienen la cosas a Alberto Contador y no hablmos del asunto deportivo que siendo honestos, debe joder un huevo perder el podio de París a menos de 24 horas del final de la prueba. Que el el Pinto no va fino lo sabe hasta el que vende los refre...
by Abracadabra Noticias. on Jul 23, 2013

100th Tour, Mont Ventoux, in yellow, on Bastille day…

...couldn't get any better for British cycling. On a mountain that has had a major impact on British cycling, Chris Froome chose the biggest stage to make his biggest statement. If this really was a yellow winning ride then it couldn't have been more...
by Toxic Web on Jul 15, 2013

24 hours later a different Cav for number 25…

...stage victory. After stage 13 from Tours to Saint-Amand-Montrond we saw the old Mark Cavendish, not the the grumpy old man looking for answers, but the chirpy young pup buzzing about his team. Read the rest of this crap at Toxic Web → .
by Toxic Web on Jul 13, 2013

Cavendish forgets abuse to win Stage 13 of Tour De France

Mark Cavendish put all the negativity surrounding him after his collision with Dutchman Tom Veelers earlier this week, to win Stage 13 in Saint-Amand-Montrond. Cavendish awoke to headlines in the French sports daily L’Equipe declaring his reign...
by Tibs News on Jul 12, 2013

Top Ten: 2013 Tour de France Contenders

I was expecting a classic course for the 100th edition of the Tour but am surprised to find that most of the action is retained until the final week and not over the three weeks as I had hoped. Of course there will be memorable stages and some that...
by Tibs News on Jun 26, 2013

True blue, like a brother to me…

...it was George Hincapie what done it. Of all the evidence against Lance Armstrong one man's is more damning than any others. His loyal lieutenant through all the seven Tour victories. Read the rest of this crap at Toxic Web → .
by Toxic Web on Oct 11, 2012

Chris Froome finds that it’s easy…

...being number 2. But being number 1 on the team, the protected rider, the favourite, the one with the target on their back now that's just a little harder. Still his fourth place in the Vuelta was a great effort. Read the rest of this crap at Toxic...
by Toxic Web on Sep 11, 2012

Canal + y sus guiñoles dan un Goya a Contador. Vídeo.

Estos no paran. Ahora Canal + y sus guiñoles se mofan de Alberto Contador y le dan un Goya por su papel en Ciclista no dopado. Vean el Vídeo.
by Abracadabra on Feb 21, 2012

Jaime Ardila Ciclista Venezolano (Muerto – 11 Febrero 2012)

Jaime Dorián Ardila Garnica (35), quien puso en alto el nombre de Venezuela y del estado Lara en el ciclismo mundial, murió este jueves a manos de un delincuente. Ya retirado de las competiciones oficiales, el afamado ciclista de los años 90, se h...
by FLOWDEBARRIO.COM on Feb 12, 2012

Court Strips Contador Of Tour De France Title

Alberto Contador was stripped of his 2010 Tour de France title Monday and banned for two years after sport's highest court found the Spanish cyclist guilty of doping.
by StatFace on Feb 6, 2012

Alberto Contador stripped of Tour De France title for doping

Spanish cyclist Alberto Contador, three-time winner of the Toure De France, was stripped of his 2010 title Monday after he was found guilty of testing positive for banned substance clenbuterol. Contador claimed the failed test was caused by eating c...
by Los That Sports Blog. on Feb 6, 2012

Sanción a Alberto Contador: Dos años de suspensión.

 El Tribunal de Arbitraje Deportivo (TAS) ha sancionado con dos años de suspensión al ciclista español Alberto Contador, del Saxo Bank, por su resultado adverso por clembuterol durante el Tour de Francia del año 2010, y no podrá correr hast...
by Abracadabra on Feb 6, 2012


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