News reports today tell us Team Sky is implementing a new policy to reinforce their zero-tolerance stance on doping. Riders and staff must sign a pledge that they are not presently and have never been
a member of the Communist party involved in doping. Those who admit they have (no matter how far in the past): sacked. Those who refuse to sign: sacked. Those who sign and are later found to have been involved in doping: sacked.
You can look at this a number of different ways. What do you think?
Sky's Anti-doping Pledge: What Do You Think?
Eh. Nothing new here--Sky's always had this policy, they're just asking employees to sign on the dotted line to make it clear. (12 votes)
Hate it. It encourages riders and staff to lie about their past. If you want truth, offer reconciliation. (66 votes)
Love it. Let's purge the sport of anyone who's ever been involved in doping. Sky is leading the way. (6 votes)
Approve somewhat. It might be a step too far, but at least it's in the right direction. (10 votes)
Disapprove somewhat. It might be a step in the right direction, but it goes too far. (17 votes)
Don't care either way. (12 votes)
123 total votes