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Landis admits to blood doping and drug use

Accuses Armstrong and others of the same.

Reports are circulating today that Floyd Landis, winner of the 2006 Tour de France (but had that win taken away due to a positive blood doping test), has admitted to blood doping, using  testosterone patches, EPO, and oral consumption of a liquid steroid.

Landis has also accused other riders such as Lance Armstrong, George Hincapie, Levi Leipheimer and Dave Zabriskie of engaging in the same type of blood doping and drug taking activities.

Read more here from the Wall Street Journal.