Monday, February 26, 2007
According to Bonnie DeSimone at ESPN.com, there is a fresh helping of doubt surrounding the veracity of the tests done on samples from Floyd Landis in the 2006 Tour de France. I've never doubted that Floyd is clean. See my prior post on this. Am I willing to accept the possibility of a French conspiracy against American cyclists? Not yet, but if it's not French-wide, it certainly seems plausible that it's at least inside the labs the TDF uses. Can't wait to buy my copy of "Positively False" when it's available (available on pre-order now). I'll put it right next to "It's Not About the Bike" on my shelf.
Posted by Cosmo at 8:42 AM