Cyclist Floyd Landis Accuses Lance Armstrong of Doping

Thursday, May 20, 2010

American cyclist Floyd Landis, who won the Tour de France and was then stripped of the title because he tested positive for performance enhancing drugs has accused other top American cyclists of blood doping, including Lance Armstrong. In a letter to cycling officials, Landis outlines an extensive doping ring that involvd illegal drugs, testosterone and blood transfusions.

Nathaniel Vinton, investigative reporter for the New York Daily News got hold of the letter. He brings us the details and tells us whether Landis is a credible source.

Read the Daily News story here.


Nathaniel Vinton

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