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Vicente Belda and one of his sons, accused of being “commercials and distributors” in a doping network

Vicente Belda addresses journalists after declaring for Operation Puerto. / EFE/JAVIER LIZON

The Civil Guard links the historic cyclist from Alicante and his son, a masseuse in the Astana team, with the plot led by the doctor Marcos Maynar

Vicente Belda, only 1.54 meters tall, became big, giant, in that Spanish cycling that awakened the international scene in the 80s. Winner, among others, of a stage in the 82 Giro d’Italia (his only participation in the ‘Corsa Rosa’) and two in the Vuelta a España (in 1978 and 1981), a race in which he rose to the ter

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