Seriously was there ever much doubt David Millar was on drugs back then? Look at his glasses!!
After hours in the saddle and 156km this is how close Garmin-Sharp’s David Millar was to wearing the yellow jersey for the first time yesterday. If Sagan had been just a few cm closer to the stage winner, the peloton would ALL have recorded the same time. So close. So far.
This was tweeted after the 16th stage of the Giro overnight.
One reformed doper throws his support behind another. Not entirely sure how I feel about this one. But I’m no fan of strict zero tolerance hiring policies. Of course, if Green EDGE don’t reinstate White, someone else will snap him up for sure.
I’ve read a lot of cycling books of late. And libraries worth of sporting biographies over the years. Which is why it’s been rather refreshing to read such an honest and humble sportsman’s account – warts and all – rather than the usual 300 or so pages of ego-stroking from an author who wants to … More BOOK REVIEW: Racing through the dark
He’s an interesting one is Mr David Millar. Maltese born champion British cyclist, who became a drug cheat, who got busted by Police in Bidart France (near Biarritz) in 2004, who became a suspended pariah, who did his time, who was born again and became an anti-doping saviour, and finally in 2012 turned TDF stage … More Tweet as – why I love David Millar