This book says it all,
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Rezension bezieht sich auf: The Secret Race: Inside the Hidden World of the Tour de France (Kindle Edition)
After reading this excellently written book I felt like I knew all there was to know about doping in the world of cycling. Of course we all suspected it anyway, but Hamilton's insider confession is still absorbing to read and sometimes shocking. And depressing. Even if you sometimes perhaps feel that Hamilton is using the opportunity to make himself look good and justify his deeds, that does not diminish the value of the book's information at all. His brief portraits of some of the greats of cycling like Bjarne Riis and Jan Ullrich are fascinating, as are his descriptions of the evil doctors who made a fortune peddling drugs to the athletes, displaying indeed many characteristics of dealers. And of course his description of the almost psychopathic Lance Armstrong is gripping. At any rate when Armstrong finally got around to his "confession" with Oprah Winfrey, I was no longer interested and didn't watch. What for? To see this scheming, unscrupulous fellow team up with Winfrey in a media show with only a view to saving his own skin? No thanks. Hamilton has at least moved on.