I can’t say that I’m surprised. Disappointed, maybe. But not surprised.
Jeanson admits to doping. I’m gonna find her fucking house in Phoenix and put a big “doper” banner in her fucking front yard.
The velonews article screwed up the chronology. She’d been long suspected by all of doping. She was yanked from the world’s team when her crit was at 56%. Another day, she is called for a random out-of-comp test and she fucking BAILS on it. The Canadians (rightly) slap a 2-year ban on her, so what does she do? She moves to the USA from Canada and USAC actually
issues her a fucking racing license. Later, she tests positive for EPO at T-D-Toona and gets only a 2-year ban (not lifetime). Remember, bailing on the 1st test is considered to be a positive.
Brings up a lot of questions, doesn’t it? She was tested many, many times. And she apparently got a way with a lot of doping in her career.
While Jeanson explained her method of stopping the drug five days before competition to avoid getting caught, questions still surround how she passed a large number of doping tests in her career.
I just feel good all over.by