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after graduating from Conestoga Valley High School. In 1997 he was the Men's
Under-23 National Champion. In 1998 Landis made the switch to road cycling.
He has completed the Tour de France every year since 2002. Floyd Landis
lives in Murrieta, California, with his wife, Amber, and their daughter,
Ryan.^Loren Mooney is the executive editor of Bicycling magazine.
Her writing has appeared in Sports Illustrated, Reader's
Digest, New York, and other magazines and books. Mooney covered
her first Tour de France in 2006. She lives in New York City.
False is correct, great book up to the last 50 pages were he fight's and fight's to clear his name setting up a foundation to clear his name, knowing that 3 years after the book... Read morePublished 13 days ago by Martin Lee
Knowing the true story, as it later came out, it`s of course impossible to judge the book properly.
Gives interesting background information, but adds little new
I was thinking that the new title for this book should be: Positively Positive: The Real Story of How I Cheated to 'Win' the Tour de France
Also the book should be moved... Read more
I have read most readers coments on this book and whilst the book gives an insight into the Landis early years and his unsettled time with the US postal team, the real read is... Read morePublished on 20 Oct. 2008 by Mr. T. J. Hopton
Before reading this book I had the view that it would be one side of the argument and blaming lab errors is a pretty weak way to try and "get off" a positive drugs charge. Read morePublished on 14 Jan. 2008 by S. Price
This book is an easy read and a real eye-opener (assuming you believe its truthfulness) about the events surrounding Landis' 2006 Tour de France victory and subsequent positive... Read morePublished on 9 Nov. 2007 by chrisjleu