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Floyd Landis on Floyd Landis

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Floyd Landis on Floyd Landis

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Floyd Landis on Floyd Landis

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The Tour de France runs through the end of the month, and cycling can only hope that the race is scandal free this year. Doping accusations have haunted the sport recently, and last year's winner, Floyd Landis, could still be stripped of his title after he was accused of taking testosterone. He has denied the charges from day one, and blasts the governing bodies of cycling in a new book called, Positively False: The Real Story of How I Won the Tour de France. A decision on his future, and his 2006 title, could come any day now. And, the toughest battle Landis faces now may not be his ability to compete but his struggle to preserve his reputation. We'll get his story first hand on the show today. So, send us your questions for Floyd Landis.