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Floyd's daily new revelations / general public

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they seem to be letting Floyd tighten the noose' a little each and everyday with another set of information.

what is going to be released today ? If the contents of his diaries/knowledge is extensive this could go on for a very LONG time.

people are starting to react, and forum members are starting to question whether the information should be public. How will the general public react. :eek: ?
 
tubularglue said:
they seem to be letting Floyd tighten the noose' a little each and everyday with another set of information.

what is going to be released today ? If the contents of his diaries/knowledge is extensive this could go on for a very LONG time.

people are starting to react, and forum members are starting to question whether the information should be public. How will the general public react. :eek: ?

sport has been full of cheating since the dawn of time. Anyone who thinks you can ride up mountains the way these guys do for 3 weeks is full of brown stuff if you don't think they all are doing something.
 
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tubularglue said:
they seem to be letting Floyd tighten the noose' a little each and everyday with another set of information.

what is going to be released today ? If the contents of his diaries/knowledge is extensive this could go on for a very LONG time.

people are starting to react, and forum members are starting to question whether the information should be public. How will the general public react. :eek: ?

There will be leaks, but criminal investigators may want things to be kept as secret as possible. So it's pretty much a matter of wait and see.
 
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Wheels Go Round and Round said:
Anyone who thinks you can ride up mountains the way these guys do for 3 weeks is full of brown stuff if you don't think they all are doing something.

There are more of these naïve people than you would think. They are easily recognized on their yellow bracelets.
 
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I know it seems that way, but I think ESPN is taking the original interview and meting it out when they can flesh it into a feature story. The one with Ashenden and Catlin had fairly fresh quotes from them, but used Landis info from before. It just wasn't presented that way. It was still a bombshell, though, and I hope Ashenden has had the info for a couple of weeks and is hot on the case. Hopefully Bonnie Ford has more on tap.

Information Floyd Landis recently gave to the United States Anti-Doping Agency about how cyclists have and still are getting around the biological passport analysis system could have an immediate impact on the sport, according to at least two people with direct knowledge of the system.

Michael Ashenden, a Australian exercise physiologist and blood doping researcher who sits on the nine-man independent panel that reviews biological passport data for UCI (cycling's international governing body), and Dr. Don Catlin, an anti-doping researcher who pioneered methods for steroid detection, both told ESPN.com that Landis' information could be crucial in understanding how cyclists try to beat the system.

http://sports.espn.go.com/oly/cycling/news/story?id=5222488
 

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