Dumbfounded Landis denies cheating during Tour
Like everyone in the sports world, Floyd Landis spent Thursday trying to make sense of Thursday's news, that he tested positive for high testosterone during the Tour de France. Maybe it was the medicine he needs for his thyroid disease. Maybe it was the cortisone he took for his chronically injured hip, which is due to be replaced.
Or maybe, the Tour de France winning rider speculated, it was the Jack Daniel's he drank the night before his historic Stage 17, though that would seem a more ...
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