Saturday, October 27, 2007

Saturday Roundup

Sportingo says the "scourge of the two wheeled druggies" could be at an end with the inception of the "blood passport".

The Vancouver Sun
is not shocked that despite positive tests for PEDs most people still love their sports and the athletes they follow. A photograph of Floyd Landis accompanies the piece as an illustration of a fallen athlete even though there isn't much content about him in the article.

The posts a bunch of new memoirs that have arrived at the Cape Coral library, including "Positively False".

The Daily Page
writes about Halloween costumes inspired by athletes, including Floyd Landis.

Observations about Longmont thought "The Flying Scotsman" was a good cycling movie that had relevance to today's cyclists among them Floyd Landis.

Smithers in Minneapolis thinks Phil Liggett's recent comment on the Landis case is, "the stupidest thing I have ever heard of."