"Amber and I live from day to day now," said Landis in an interview with Sportworld, published on Sunday. "We make the best of it. It's never going to be as it was before; the last few months have been a turning point in my life. The holidays will serve as a mental rest."
Sam Abt in the IHT wrote a story on Dec 21 we missed about the Landaluze decision. As usual, Abt concisely summarizes the import in short paragraphs without a wasted word.
The Idiotarian Savant approves of not only yesterday's LAT piece by Michael Hiltzik but also of last week's series and thinks they deserve a Pulitzer.
Gene Bisbee at Biking Bis recounts the story from LancasterOnLine of FL's parents' short lecture tour (with a few added details).
Steroid Nation tells a story of the early use of PEDs.
TheBestEdu has the answer for doping: Hypnosis.
Amphichon is a bit behind his Landis news details, but the outline is sadly still correct:
Floyd Landis is still working to clear his name, having requested on 11 September that the US Anti-Doping Agency review and dismiss his case. (See his arguments here at Box.net, if you’re curious.) Seems unlikely that there will be any definitive answer to the question of his innocence or guilt anytime soon, which is a shame, because it casts a shadow over the entire sport in the meantime.