back to article Tour de France leader's cycling data may have been hacked by doping critics

Professional cycling outfit Team Sky fears critics of team member and current Tour de France leader Chris Froome may have hacked into its systems and stolen training data. Froome's detractors have previously used power data in alleging the cyclist was using performance-enhancing drugs. The 30-year-old, who has always insisted …

  1. Richard Taylor 2 Silver badge

    Snowden said nothing about this - rot deeper than suspected....

  2. cantankerous swineherd Silver badge

    Murdoch organisation will know all about hacking.

  3. Ole Juul

    curious

    Just how important is it to have an athlete's training data connected to the net?

    1. richardcox13

      Re: curious

      The teams operate all around the world: uploading data from those events rather than snail mailing a memory stick?

  4. Anonymous Coward
    Anonymous Coward

    And another "sport"

    falls and gives way to faceless profiteering and corporate greed.

    When sports(wo)men become monetarily worth more than a hospital then something is very very wrong.

  5. Chris Evans

    Cycling is a comparatively poor sport.

    Only a handful make big bucks and for the number of hours 'working' they get paid a small fraction of the hourly rate of Footballers, who also spend less time training.

    Money does bring temptation but I'm convinced that only a small handful of riders cheat and Chris is not one of them. If you knew the sport you will know that Chris is pressing for more testing etc.

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