Here and There
Rant notes the latest doping "positive" to come from tdf retesting now taking place at the AFLD lab. He wonders if this is an "official" conclusive "A" sample, or what. Good thing the "retroactive" testing from Beijing has an end date, eight years.
Later, Rant writes about "owning up" something not really so easy to do.
Racejunkie also writes about the positive CERA tested Bernhard Kohl this time from the veiwpoint of poor ol' Cadel Evans.
Triathlete 4Life promises more to come about a Floyd Landis visit to Bikemart, which is good since that's all there was.
The NY Times has a profile of Dave Wiens, the Leadville winning "giant killer" of Lance and Landis.
The CyclingNews writes that the UCI will as of next year double its bans for doping offenses up from 2 to 4 years. In other news: Michael Rasmussen will have his day before the CAS, Bernhard Kohl demands his "B" samples be tested, and the "retesting" of this year's TdF samples for CERA is over, for now anyay.
Michael Gacki met Floyd Landis yesterday somewhere in Texas and thought he was a very "cool dude".
Speedy Speed Racer riffs about training, volume, rest and hurt, and references Positively False in the process.