"It's just because more and more ADOs (anti-doping organizations) put the TUEs into ADAMS," she said. "Several countries over the past year have put all their TUEs into ADAMS. The second explanation is that (there was an increase use of ADAMS) because of the Olympics and Paralympic Games. It was necessary to put all the TUEs in ADAMS before he competition started."
"I don't want to see this witch hunt. The Tour de France is not just about doping and doping isn't just at the Tour de France," Fourneyron said. "(Riders) have the feeling a media lynching is going on about old stories (from) this dark period of cycling, and they have the feeling of being placed on the same level."