Saturday, November 10, 2007

Saturday Roundup

In case you missed it last night, here is a piece about the three CAS arbitrators that have been selected for the Landis appeal.


The CyclingNews previews next week's World Conference on Doping in Sport, organized by the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA),which is to be held in Madrid Spain November 15-17. Almost 1,500 athletes, public authorities, observers, and media members will meet to discuss not only the revision of the WADA code but also the selection of a successor to outgoing president Dick Pound.

The VeloNews quotes Pat McQuaid of the UCI as saying a lie is as good as a positive doping control, and because of this Michael Rasmussen has no place in cycling.

Rant thinks Greg LeMond should market whatever substance he has been indulging in that allows him to think that the anti-doping system in any way favors the athlete. Rant thinks we should ask Floyd Landis about that one.

Scenic City Sportsblog
says if you cheat and get caught you've made you own bed so live with it.