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Cyclist Shares Shocking Pictures Of His Post-Match Leg Muscles

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Cyclist Shares Shocking Pictures Of His Post-Match Leg Muscles

Earlier suspended after being tested positively for methylhexaneamine!

Ex-Champion Cyclist, Janez Brajkovic is presently battling with bulimia. Sharing the photo of his shrunken legs, Janez shocked his fans. Known to be a Slovenian Cyclist, 35, Janez posted his surprisingly bony legs after coming back to the track, following a ten-month doping ban.

Janez captioned the photo: ‘It’s only about not f****** it up now.’ Immediately, his over 5000 followers on Instagram were quick to comment on the photo, saying ‘Does that hurt?’

Janez Brajkovic, 35, posted the picture of his incredibly lean leg to Instagram

In July 2018, Jane was suspended after testing positive for methylhexaneamine, which he acknowledged was in a food supplement during his eating disorder struggle.

 The 2004 World Under 23 Time Trail Champion shared a photo of his left leg, which shows each muscle after his comeback in the CRO Race in Croatia, finishing 38th place while the well-known Adam Yates, a British Cyclist, 27, finished first.

Janez crosses the finish line on the final day and took 10th place overall in the 2012 Tour of Romandy

‘I took a meal replacement, it was clearly contaminated, but that was the only one thing I could keep inside. It happened to me that there were no days I would not cry before going on a ride. I was depressed as well as very desperate.’ Janez told The Sun when speaking about the doping ban.

‘I have witnessed cyclists shortly after three weeks of cycling races in France, Spain, and Italy, who appear like Janez. Their legs are also tiny with no subcutaneous fat and were even dehydrated.

Every bone could be clearly seen as well as veins of the body, and you could also see every muscle on an anatomical atlas.’ The official doctor of the Croatian Ski team reacted, explaining it’s a normal occurrence.

‘Hence, every bone could be clearly seen as well as veins of the body, and you could also see every muscle on an anatomical atlas.’ The official doctor of the Croatian Ski team reacted, explaining it’s a normal occurrence.

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