cyclingnews.com discusses FL's continued progress on the bike (citing Dr. Brent Kay's comments from floydlandis.com)
The American rider is now back to regular training and one week ago, he and his personal physician Dr. Brent Kay took part in a Sunday group ride north of Los Angeles. "Over 60 miles, nearly four hours and 4500 feet of climbing - this was to be Floyd's longest, most difficult training ride yet."
Rant considers Le Rongeur's documents (the "hack/whistleblower" stuff). Having not heard from The Rat, all Rant has is a report from someone who has seen them, and he comments on that report. An important message is that we should be careful to separate the format from the content of these disclosures - while the papers may be forged, the contents may be real. If it wasn't real, why would LNDD complain about being hacked?
The downtube comments on last week's Bryant Gumble interview with FL, and how it might have been better handled......
rec.bicycles.racing has a loooong thread about confidentiality and mistakes by the lab, and what that implies or doesn't about the accuracy of test results, and how it might affect CAS decision. Magilla appears to hold off all comers, insisting a positive test is a positive test, and CAS will back it.