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In the summer of 1989, as Johannes Draaijer was racing towards Paris in his first Tour de France, a pop singer from Amsterdam called Rene Froger, was surfing the Dutch charts with 'Everything can make a man happy', his first number 1.
Annalisa Schmad can still recite the chorus: "It was our song," she says. Johannes had returned from Paris with ,000 in prize-money, a new two-year contract worth twice his original deal and the surety of earning at least 20 grand in cash from the post-Tour exhibition races. He traded his battered Opel Ascona for a Mazda 626 and invested the money in a new house.
The investigators' dossier made for interesting reading: Sanders had been providing amphetamines, testosterone and hormones to cyclists, body builders, ice hockey players and track-and-field athletes.
But it was the timeline that jumped off the page: between 19, Sanders had secured at least 178 ampules of Eprex from pharmacies across Holland and Belgium.
They had also signed a tough Belgian, Dirk De Wolf, and two former East German stars, Uwe Ampler and Uwe Raab. The top-ranked team in the sport admits that it gave regular injections, legal but unpublicized, to its riders in the Tour de France.
This responsibility can only be accepted by the doctor if he knows completely everything that you are taking, which means that you need to have a good and complete discussion about the planned medication and the soigneurs of all the cyclists have to register all of their prescribed medicine. These forms will be sent every two weeks by the doctor." "This is making me sick! "If the doctor is present with the team at classics or stage races, then he needs to know in advance what preparations you are using. During this test, soundwaves are used to measure the size of the heart, the thickness of the heart muscle walls and the size of the chambers.- Samuel Abt, the New York Times, August 6, 1991 It was in the summer of '91, 17 months after Johannes Draaijer had died, that the world first learnt of 'the PDM affair'.It started on the evening of July 14, after the ninth stage of the Tour de France in Rennes. Jean-Paul van Poppel had won the seventh stage to Argentan; Erik Breukink was lying second overall; Kelly and Alcala were both top 10 and they were cruising once again to the team prize.According to the PDM team, its doctor injected all nine riders with liquid food before they were forced to quit the Tour with body pains and high fevers.
The injections were never made public as a possible cause of the withdrawals or as part of the team's routine medical treatment.
Johannes returned home that afternoon and sat down with his wife in the garden.