Not the first time they've wrecked my name, but kinda frustrating since they
had me spell it (on tape) for them.
Do remember, though, this is *not* an appeal. That's something they were
pretty emphatic about towards the end. To say it's an "appeal" makes it seem
as though he's already lost the first round, which, according to their
logic, he has not.
I still think Floyd's team made a mistake by spelling out most of their
defense ahead of time. Knowing that it's going to be an open hearing, I
can't help but believe a "Shock & Awe" method, basically throwing them way
off-guard with all of their mistakes, without having time to prepare a
reaction, would have been better. I understand that Floyd wants to rally
people behind him, and for that, he needs people to believe. But the truth
is, it's really not what the "people" believe that matters. It's convincing
the WADA, USADA etc.
Glad I didn't bring a TdF Nike replica yellow jersey to have signed. Would
have cut the wind out of the sails of the one they auctioned off for, what,
Chain Reaction Bicycles
Redwood City & Los Altos, CA USA
Got any info on this item?
"Another jersey, this one a new one with new sponsors that are totally
Basically Saris, the medical center that worked on his hip, and I think
there were a couple of others. Might be more info on his website, but I
didn't mean to imply it was a team forming behind him.