The CyclingNews posts a short piece on a WADA symposium to be held in Sydney Australia on the "investigatory powers" of the organization:
World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) President, the Hon. John Fahey, and WADA's Director General David Howman will host a two-day symposium on the investigatory powers of anti-doping organizations this week in Sydney, Australia. The conference follows up on forums previously held in Colorado Springs in 2006 and in London in 2007. Invited participants will review draft information-sharing protocols with a view to finalizing them for the benefit of enhancing strategies to combat doping.
The NY Times gets around to the T/E test and genetics research, and has a quote and picture from the ubiquitous Don Catlin. It's a good overview, even if they waited for a slow news day to run it. (We had it on Mar 21.)
Carlton Reid of QuickRelease.tv notes TBV's 1 million hits mark and says that his eyes have been opened to many injustices within the anti-doping hierarchy:
Whatever the rights and wrongs of cyclists who may or may not have doped, the Floyd Landis case opened a lot of people’s eyes - mine included - to the lynch-mob mentality and sometimes shoddy scientific method of the tax-funded anti-doping organizations.
Thanks for the nice obit Carlton! (We're not quite dead.)
Pete Sproul at The B Team tells his Whiskey story, coming in 2nd in the 25 proof Mens' open category. He actually finished third behind The Kid who was really 2nd in the 25 proof, except for the age split.
September 07: Hearing Award
October 07: Hue's Hearing Appraisal
November 07: Major document Release
January 08: Larry's Curb Your Anticipation
Tuesday, April 29, 2008