Landis has hip surgery, hopes to train for Tour
SAN DIEGO -- Floyd Landis, accused of doping during his Tour de France victory in July, has undergone right hip surgery without complication, according to the cyclist's spokesman, Michael Henson.
The two-hour procedure done Wednesday by Dr. David Chao revealed greater damage to Landis' hip than initially shown in MRI screenings, Henson said.
Landis' doctors chose a revolutionary "hip resurfacing" surgery, shaving off the damaged tip of the hip and substituting a metal ball, according ...
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