Lance Armstrong during the first leg of the 2009 Tour de France. ... To the extent that the long-range analysis of Armstrong's blood values represents a "smoking gun," USADA will presumably point ...Author: Nathaniel Vinton
Armstrong’s blood values were practically the same the first and the last day of the tour, says Mørkeberg to the Danish Broadcasting Cooperation, whereas his results from Giro d’Italia show a decrease in the blood values as is the normal pattern during this high level of exercise.
Jul 19, 2009 · Lance Armstrong's blood values from the Tour de France looks suspicious and indicate. Thread starter elapid; Start date Jul 18, ... 2009 #2 Why Armstrong? ... Armstrong has talked about the blood and the importance of the blood. If indeed it was important, and you could lift your 'crit by ten points, the entire peloton would be in the Canaries ...
In 2009, Armstrong posted the blood values for both races on the LiveStrong.com website, using this as an attempt to show he was being transparent in his return to the sport. According to those figures, he started the Giro d’Italia with a haematocrit reading of 43.5, while he was at 42.8 at the beginning of the Tour.