Pound defends anti-doping lab in Landis probe
LONDON -- World Anti-Doping Agency president Dick Pound defended the French lab whose credibility is under scrutiny for its handling of Floyd Landis' samples during the Tour de France.
Pound said Wednesday the case against the American cyclist should not be derailed by a mistake in the labeling of his backup urine specimen and the theft of data from the lab by computer hackers.
"For me, the real problem is the activities of several hackers
who entered into the system ...
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