Lab technician acknowledges mechanical mistakes
MALIBU, Calif. -- A French lab technician testified Thursday that she knew she was working on Floyd Landis' positive doping test, breaching confidentiality essential to the testing process.
Claire Frelat, an analytical chemist who worked on the Tour de France champion's positive backup "B" sample last August, said she knew it was Landis' urine because of media reports she had read of his positive "A" sample test.
That's a big point for the Landis camp, which has repeatedly questioned ...
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The U.S. Anti-Doping Agency's case against Tour de France winner Floyd Landis started Monday. Bonnie DeSimone gives you the ins and outs of the arbitration hearing.
• Testimony returns to science
• Landis defense disputes data
• Landis' ex-manager enters rehab
• What it all means
CAST OF CHARACTERS
• Who will be there, what roles they will play
THE CASE VS. LANDIS
• Breaking down the doping tests
AN ATHLETE'S STORY
• Ex-track star Reynolds knows Landis' plight
• Events since Landis' 2006 Tour de France win