This year has been a tough one for cycling, with the ruling in the Landis case just the latest doping development in the sport. The 2007 Tour was marked by more doping cases, including one-time race leader, Michael Rasmussen being removed from the race by his team for missing drug tests.
While cycling tries to rid itself of doping, drug scandals continue to rock the sport. So, we're asking what you think SportsNation. Do you think Landis should continue to persue his case? Do you believe him when he says he's innocent? How big of a problem is doping in cycling?
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