The blows of Operation Ilex continue, the same one that has Miguel Ángel López provisionally suspended or, more recently, that discovered an internal battle between the Spanish teams. The doctor who is the center of this scandal, Marcos Maynar, spoke and left several concepts among which he mentioned the Colombian runner.
“I never told him to use something illicit because he was already going very fast, he wouldn’t have needed it,” he stated in interesting statements to El contraanalysis. “I think that cycling today is cleaner than ever,” continued the doctor suspended for a case in Portugal.
“I hope to come out clean. At least there is no longer talk of doping because the Beldas have declared and the issue was clear that nothing came to López (NdR: menotropin) nor to Hungary (where the Giro came from) or anywhere,” he expressed, although in That point would have been untrue since the Civil Guard has proven it.
As far as Caja Rural is concerned, including mention of Orluis Aular, Maynar asserted that someone with bad intentions mixed old conversations with new ones. He did admit to having advised several riders from the Navarrese team without the squad knowing and that he asked that they not notify the structure because otherwise they would be marginalized.
“None of the runners of Operation Ilex are accused, but rather as witnesses. And that means they have nothing to do with each other,” she said.
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