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Date Posted: 12:10:44 09/14/04 Tue
Author: pugdog
Subject: Re: Valverde
In reply to: Samson 's message, "Valverde" on 11:30:30 09/14/04 Tue

>It was pretty obvious that Valverdes team mates did
>push him a lot after his crash, and this was going on
>for a long time. They tried to send away the motobikes
>so that the pushing didnīt got captured on tv.
>What about this? I feel really sorry for Valverde, and
>I had helped him myself if I have had the opportunity,
>but what does the rules say? Is this ok?

I think the comissaires have quite a bit of discretion in the matter. I don't think that Stuart O'Grady in the TdF when he had his tachycardia problem, was penalised. His team mates also assisted him for quite a while.

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