As the prologue of the 2010 Tour De France gets underway the Wall Street Journal has published a story that once again exposes seven time Tour de France winner Lance Armstrong to scathing allegations of doping.
In THIS newest Wall Street Journal story Floyd Landis, who after years of denying that he doped admitted to cheating during this year's tour of California, tells the Wall Street Journal that Lance Armstrong taught him how to cheat using EPO, testosterone patches and blood doping when they were teammates on the U.S. Postal Service team.
You can read more about Landis allegations made during the Tour of California HERE.
The Wall Street Journal, in a separate story, also reports that Lance Armstrong's current team RadioShack manager Johan Bruyneel sold as many as sixty bikes when he was served as director of the U.S. Postal Service team to finance the doping program.
Armstrong said about the allegations, "I have too much work to do during this, my final Tour, and then after my retirement in my continued fight against cancer, to add any attention to this predictable pre-Tour sensationalism."
He also called them "baseless and already-discredited."