In U.S. federal court motion, Landis claims arbitrators had conflicts of interest
Suspended cyclist Floyd Landis has taken the unusual step of challenging the decision to uphold his positive doping test, stepping outside the anti-doping adjudication system to try to prove in U.S. federal court that his case was not fairly heard by a sports arbitration panel.
Lawyers from firms in California and Texas filed a motion late Thursday in U.S. District Court in Los Angeles to vacate the June arbitrators' award in Landis' appeal to the Court of Arbitration for Sport. ...
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