Team Sky says it is ready to answer doping questions
Clearly dismayed by repeated questions about doping, the team of Tour de France leader Chris Froome earlier today volunteered to open up to independent scrutiny all of its training secrets to try to prove "beyond reasonable doubt" that the Briton and his teammates are riding clean.
to us you're not doping?' which isn't the greatest question to ask, why not think collectively, what would be the best methodology possible to prove beyond reasonable doubt that we and Chris aren't doping?"
"I'm not sure I've got the answer to that. But I think collectively if we thought about it maybe we could come up with an answer."
Brailsford spoke for most of the twenty minute press conference, thereby minimizing the time available for journalists to ask the doping-related questions they so eagerly wanted Froome and team Sky management to answer.
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