Landis camp cries foul over latest test report
The latest bombshell in the doping case against Floyd Landis -- a French media report stating that some of the Tour de France winner's backup urine samples have also shown traces of synthetic testosterone, confirming the lone original positive -- would seem to lessen the cyclist's chances of clearing his name.
On the contrary, say Landis and members of his legal team. They contend the tests were conducted in violation of standard laboratory procedure and without proper oversight, ...
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