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« Mali Paralympic flag bearer also bears steroids: Sent home for Equipoise doping | Main | As Armstrong stages comeback, scientific controversy entangles report of his remarkable exercise capacity; Original author sarcastically defensive »

09/11/2008

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Brian

Tyler Hamilton is already back, so your trifecta is already in place.

Even though they were on the same team for a few years, I don't think Landis and Armstrong were all that great of friends. If I recall correctly, there was quite a bit of animosity when Landis left Discovery Channel to be the leader of his own team.

Roberto

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/earth/main.jhtml?xml=/earth/2008/08/06/scidrug106.xml

CheatorBeat

Despite the doping allegations, I think it is good for American Cycling to have the big names back on the bikes. At the same time we are getting new names out there and having some success. Considering the small percentage of American riders in the international fields at the Tour, Giro, and Vuelta, it is amazing the success that U.S. cyclers have enjoyed. With the Tour of California, Tour of Georgia, and Tour of Missouri gaining traction, I think the future of the sport in this country looks better than it ever has. Much of that is obviously thanks to Lance's notoriety.

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