Landis wants the public in on his hearing

Originally Published: August 16, 2006
By Shaun Assael | ESPN The Magazine

If the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency formally charges Tour de France winner Floyd Landis with violations of its drug policy, the cyclist will take the unprecedented step of asking that his hearing be opened to the public, according to a member of his defense team.

"Floyd is a public figure, and we think that he deserves to have the public hear his side of the story," one of his attorneys, Howard Jacobs of Los Angeles, told ESPN The Magazine.

Since synthetic testosterone was found in ...

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