Cycling Coaches: Francesco Conconi, Bernard Sainz, Cyrille Guimard, Joseph M. Papp, Robert Millar, Eddie Borysewicz, Luigi Cecchini

9781155438597: Cycling Coaches: Francesco Conconi, Bernard Sainz, Cyrille Guimard, Joseph M. Papp, Robert Millar, Eddie Borysewicz, Luigi Cecchini

Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 150. Not illustrated. Chapters: Francesco Conconi, Bernard Sainz, Cyrille Guimard, Joseph M. Papp, Robert Millar, Eddie Borysewicz, Luigi Cecchini, Choppy Warburton, Michele Ferrari, Sean Yates, André Boucher, Mike Fraysse, Daryl Perkins, Dave le Grys, Dave Brailsford, Florian Rousseau, René Wenzel, Shane Sutton, Val Rushworth, Eric Rijkaert, Rod Ellingworth, Dave Lloyd, Erin Mirabella, Carlos Santuccione, Chris Carmichael, Russell Williams, Gary Sutton, Simon Cope, Jim Hendry, José Beyaert, Hennie Top, Harold "H" Nelson, Atle Kvålsvoll, Alexandre Shefer. Excerpt: Professor Francesco Conconi (born April 19, 1935 in Como, Italy) is an Italian sports doctor and scientist, with disciples such as Michele Ferrari and Luigi Cecchini. Conconi is a Professor at the University of Ferrara in Italy where he heads the Centro Studi Biomedici Applicati allo Sport or Biomedical Research Institute. His research focused on tracing techniques for doping substances but he is better known for his doping activities and is said to have introduced Erythropoietin or EPO to the sport of cycling. Professor Conconi is most famous for having prepared Francesco Moser for his successful attempt to break the world hour record in Mexico, 1984. It was on August 14, 1980 that Professor Conconi submitted a proposal to the Italian National Olympic Committee (CONI) proposing that selected Italian athletes be assisted by staff of the University to improve their performance. Conconi proposed that he help athletes in the sports of cycling, canoing, rowing, long distance skiing, speed skating, swimming and wrestling. The Olympic committee (CONI) accepted the offer. According to Sandro Donati, a coach of the middle distance running team from 1981 onwards, this method of preparation was blood doping. Professor Conconi approached Donati regarding improving the performances...

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