Tour de France Scandal: Who's to Blame? Sportswriter and regular commentator Stefan Fatsis says it's been a bad week for cycling, with tour leader Michael Rasmussen removed from the race for missing drug tests. Fatsis says coaches, doctors, and "other enablers" are also to blame.
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Tour de France Scandal: Who's to Blame?

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Tour de France Scandal: Who's to Blame?

Tour de France Scandal: Who's to Blame?

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Sportswriter and regular commentator Stefan Fatsis of the Wall Street Journal talks with Robert Siegel about cycling news from the Tour de France.

Fatsis says it's been a bad week for the sport, with tour leader Michael Rasmussen removed from the race for missing drug tests. Fatsis says coaches, doctors and "other enablers" are also to blame.