Did I read that right, eighty five to one?
Matthias Kessler’s B-sample has also tested positive for testosterone, with an equally “exorbitantly high value” as the A-sample, according to the Sueedeutsche Zeitung, leading the newspaper to say that he had “obviously been caught in flagranti.”
The German rider tested positive on April 24, and the test showed a testosterone value of 85:1, while a normal value is 4:1
Source: cyclingnews.com (scroll down a bit)
That makes Floyd Landis’s 11:1 look downright paltry. Like he wasn’t even trying.