PPOL:News announces the Huntington, NY appearance by Floyd Landis at The Book Revue on June 28th where he will speak about "Positively False" and sign copies of the book as well.
The Sydney Morning Herald posts the usual AFP story about the suspense surrounding the Tour de France starting in two weeks without last year's winner present, not to mention the copious doping stories that seem so prevalent .
Scotland on Sunday thinks Landis is going to get a softball interview with Letterman, and thinks the epilogue of Positively False presents a confused story about The Call:
He writes that he immediately decided Geoghegan had to be fired.
"The only thing I knew right away was that Will needed to go," the book states. "I went to his room and helped him pack his things."
This looks a little like revisionism. The evidence of the following day at the hearing seems to contradict the book. If Geoghegan had been cast out of the Landis inner-circle the night before, surely he would not have been welcome at the hearing. But he was there, sitting behind his man, very much a part of Team Floyd. There was no talk of him being fired: that came only after LeMond had testified.
So before we ever get to his version of events as regards his doping, we have inconsistencies in Landis's story.
The Science of Sport thinks that the deeper you dig into the history of doping and the Tour de France the uglier it gets, and there seems no end in sight to the controversies surrounding it. Part 2 of Science of Sport today provides a primer on the drugs most talked about in connection with cycling this year.
Bicycling and Hiking Tour Blog finds a lot of what is leading up to this year's TdF is crapola, and feels that the world of Floyd Landis is a bizarre one. He will not buy Floyd's book "Positively False".
The DMc report bought Positively False, and likes it. He thinks it's a good idea to tell some lovable Floyd stories to get people to read about the case. He's a long time competitive cyclist, and anti-doping, believing in serious penalties and a fair process.