3 thoughts on “Is Floyd Landis Telling the Truth?

  1. I remember reading an article back in ’88 or ’89 about how all the riders routinely doped up. It would not surprise me if Landis is indeed telling the truth.

  2. I don’t care. I don’t even think there is a crime involved here. Doping is saving your own blood and putting it back into your own body. It is his own blood.

    As it is, Armstrong’s heart is 30% larger than the average man’s. This is more than enough of an unfair advantage to explain any performance gains he makes. Is the International Bicycle racing commission going to make that illegal?

    Just as any sufficiently advanced technology will be indistinguishable from magic to a less advanced race, any sufficiently advanced physiological advantage will be indistinguishable from banned substances and practices in sports.

  3. Or…any sufficiently advanced banned substances and practices will be indistinguishable from physiological advantage. That’s their hope, anyway.

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