Buy a used confession from Landis? Not all of it. - Cycling - Yahoo! Sports
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He summed up his defense in this case with flawless logic during a hastily arranged news conference at the Tour of California.
“If you said, ‘Give me one word to sum this all up,’ credibility,” Armstrong said. “Floyd lost his credibility a long time ago.”
Maybe not with Armstrong’s detractors. They will see the new details— especially those about the seven-time Tour winner teaching others how to beat the system—as more pieces of a puzzle that has yet to be solved. They keep insisting that with all the smoke surrounding Armstrong, there has to be a fire somewhere.
So here’s a fresh take on the subject, provided by Emory University sports medicine physician R. Amadeus G. Mason:
“A lot of these people have been caught … and always point the finger at Lance Armstrong. The tough thing is that he’s been subject to the same testing that they have, and they’re telling us that he’s using the same kind of drugs but he has not been caught.
“There’s a reason for that. To me, that’s saying that either he’s using something super that they’re not using or he’s not using.”