The CyclingNews notes the upcoming Landis decision with the usual tinge of unpleasantness it has managed to offer throughout its coverage of the case.
Bicycling's Joe Lindsey pens a short feature on tomorrow's CAS Landis decision, without comment.
The Ottawa Citizen opines that sports like cycling and track and field look dirtier because they test more and consequently catch more "cheaters" than other sports do. The author also says that no matter what the Landis/CAS ruling people will still think cycling is dirty, and even those who did not cheat will be tainted by those who did.
Rant writes about tomorrow's highly anticipated CAS announcement on the Landis case and reviews what Floyd's options may be whether he wins or loses. But, Rant makes a bigger perhaps more important point:
There is one thing to note about how this whole process works that hasn’t been publicized much. And that’s who gets to review the decision before it gets the final seal of approval. Who gets to pass judgment on the judgment?
No Endeavor blurbs the forthcoming award, and includes a link to excellent video of stage 17, including the rarely-seen-in-the-US breakaway move.
Go Faster Jim has definite opinions on just how long the whole Landis case has dragged out.
Potholes and Roadapples writes briefly about tomorrow's highly anticipated Landis/CAS decision.
MABRA-USCF still drops Landis' name to promote the Mill Mountain Time Trial.
CyclingEurope offers tips on viewing a mountain stage, and has a snap of Landis dragging the bunch up the Croix Fry in 2004.
Velociti got a lot of comments on his post concluding Landis doped. Our familiar contributer Larry tries to be educational.