Well, Millar was not really available for a comment on the top news that again he would be entitled to ride for the Great Britain in Olympic Games. Recently, David Millar had told that the speculation regarding the court of arbitration for sport suit had led to a huge amount of care coming his way suddenly, and his Twitter account called for that no single one ask him or even his sister – who has previously pretended as his spokesperson – regarding the affair.

His sister Fran, who works at Team Sky that could not utilize her brother as of its broad ban on previous dopers, told something very similar via her Twitter account, saying that she is “immensely proud” of David Millar, her brother.

There is a straight symmetry in David Millar’s possible come back in the 2012 Olympic Games wave, for in 2004 this was in the run-up to Athens where he was caught by the police of French as a part of a probe in the Cofidis team.

Millar’s creed that he had practiced EPO the last year, as well as in the year 2001, put him out of the game for 2 years, even as Millar was beginning to work with Great Britain team – he had begun being trained in the year 2004 by Peter Keen, having decided to race “clean” before he was caught – with a view to racing on track and on the roads in Athens. Millar’s personal introduction as an anti-doping candidate, as well as co-founder of Garmin team that has anti-doping as one of their key rules, make emotional resonances all the stronger.