(the documents released by Landis)
Official Announcement from FloydLandis.com. Works now, but they off-sited the documents to box.com needing a password. TBV's download links are easier to use.
thanks once again to berkeley expresso, 1990 shattuck for the FREE wifi.
AP covers., CNN slightly different.
AFP via VeloNews.
BikeBiz covers, discusses DPF appearance.
SJ Mercury News rates it below QB food fights, wonders if anyone cares. Yes, people do.
Charlotte Observer says, "Landis low on options takes to internet"
Canton Repository summarizes.
WKYC has snappiest (a model of brevity) report but the promised link isn't there.
Telegraph UK has a homegrown coverage, says defense is mostly procedural complaints.
FreeRepublic quotes Prudhomme and the usual suspects as maintaining total confidence in the lab.
Bobke still thinks he's clean and a deserving winner.
Daily Peloton Doping Forum is the place to be.
Announcement thread. There's problems with FL.com site, fixed by offloading the download to box.com or using the TBV mirrors.
Q: Are your experts present at the arbitration or do you just get to use their sworn written testimony.?
FL: Not sure, but you can be there. It will be at Pepperdine University. On side note the President of the French Olympic committee has been convicted on corruption charges and given a three month suspended sentence.
Q: Are you getting as much grief as I am for being online too long???
FL: There is no way you are getting as much grief as me.
Explanation of statistical meaning of TE values.
slide show discussion.
LetsRun forum talks, and gives it site front page.
txbra talks. "I had him dirty before the slide show. Now- I am not so sure . I have doubts of the credibility of the labs and the agency's handling." Mission accomplished!
FreeRepublic discusses in a small way.
Figure Skating Universe is interested.
rec.bicycles.racing says it resurrects the Chewbacca Defense.
German forum had problems, ended up here.
Freakonomics digs it.
Knowledge Problem really gets it, or TBV is just susceptible to flattery.
Spinopsys reads, takes a dim view of result.
BikingBis goes into a lot more detail later in the day, picking up the specific TBV links. Whoo Hoo!
Cycloblog calls it a "confident" move.
Tidbits and More is all for the transparency.
Adventure Blog thinks it does nothing for case, may help PR.
VeloGal notes release, intends to read it sometime.
ScienceFictionTwin says Landis has bigger jewels than Armstrong.
PR Blog wants him to do blogging her way.
Center for Citizen Media says "Right On!"
DoucheBlog Cycling slams the whiteout by the lab.
Travis Bates (no relation to Norman Bickle) has his faith cemented.
Rant does an initial evaluation.
GodsOfSport takes a look, gets very nice screen shots.
RedHawk Review says, "Innocent? No way."
A PowerPoint blog gives the presentation generally high marks, except for the gradient and slide two, which promises an order of presentation that isn't delivered clearly.
PJ thinks McQuaid is fighting on too many fronts.
Anonymous comments on TBV's slide show paint us as Floyd Bashers. Oh, the sweet irony.