Cross-examination focuses on manager, LeMond testimony
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 ...
Read full story
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