Wednesday, August 02, 2006


It's not looking good for Floyd Landis, is it? The NY Times more or less convicts him in this article, as a carbon isotope ratio test found synthetic testosterone in his A sample. The B sample testing comes in early Saturday morning, but even if it shows him clear it kind of raises more questions that it settles. Man, I would hate to think that Floyd cheated. I'm not accusing him yet--I still believe him--but it's getting harder to believe each day.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

If Floyd did cheat:

Why did he do it with testosterone? (EPO is better for long-distance cyclists!)

Why did he do it in the middle of the race? (Testosterone builds muscle, which is not something you're doing in a TdF!)