The doping case against TDF champion Floyd Landis is looking weaker and weaker this week...
Floyd Landis claims the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency’s lead attorney approached his lawyer offering “the shortest suspension they’d ever given an athlete” if Landis provided information that implicated Lance Armstrong for doping.
When the enforcement agency tries to get you to snitch on another athlete who has been retired for two years, they must not have as much on you as they would like you to believe. Floyd Landis won the Tour de France, how much bigger fish are there in cycling? Why are they after Lance? He was the most tested athlete in the world for seven years and not once did he ever test positive. Cycling had better get their act together and restrain these governing agencies who think that they have to bust a big-name athlete regularly in order to justify their jobs. My opposition to labor unions is well-documented on this blog, but here's one instance where a riders' union would do some good for the sport.
Floyd Landis---not a snitch.