Cross-examination focuses on manager, LeMond testimony

Updated: May 23, 2007, 1:13 AM ET
Associated Press

MALIBU, Calif. -- Part science, part circus, the Floyd Landis hearing gyrated through more tawdry testimony Tuesday, with questions about testosterone, telephone calls and neckties filling the Tour de France champion's stay on the witness stand.

Attorneys used Landis' cross-examination to portray him as someone who hangs with the wrong crowd and would do anything to win his case, including trying to intimidate and humiliate Greg LeMond, whose revelations of sexual abuse and potential ...

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