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The Telekom Affair – In May 2007, several former riders admitted to using banned substances (including EPO ) while riding for the team in the mid-1990s, including Erik Zabel , Rolf Aldag , Brian Holm , [141] Bjarne Riis , [149] Bert Dietz , Udo Bölts and Christian Henn including the seasons in which Riis and Jan Ullrich won the Tour de France. [139] Team doctors Andreas Schmid and Lothar Heinrich also confessed to participating and administering banned substances. The latter was Team Telekom's sporting director until 3 May 2007, when he was suspended following allegations published in former team member Jef d'Hont 's book. [150]

On 25 May 2007, Riis issued a statement confessing to taking EPO , growth hormone and cortisone for five years, from 1993 to 1998, including during his victory in the 1996 Tour de France . [ 150 ] Earlier in the week, five of Riis' former teammates from Team Telekom confessed to having used banned substances during the 1990s when Riis won the Tour. [ 151 ] [ 152 ] Riis said that he bought and injected the EPO himself, and team coach Walter Godefroot turned a blind eye to the drug use on the team. [ 153 ] Riis removed from the official record books of Tour de France, [ 154 ] but in July 2008 he is written back into the books along with additional notes about his use of doping.

Boldenon im radsport

boldenon im radsport