The Chair of the Court,ruling immediately in a closed hearing:I.
in large part the petition of 29 April 2011 lodged by the Union CyclisteInternationale, Patrick McQuaid and Henricus Verbruggen against Floyd Landis;II.
Floyd Landis to state that the Union Cycliste Internationale, Patrick (Pat)McQuaid and/or Henricus (Hein) Verbruggen have concealed cases of doping, receivedmoney for doing so, have accepted money from Lance Armstrong to conceal a dopingcase, have protected certain racing cyclists, concealed cases of doping, have engaged inmanipulation, particularly of tests and races, have hesitated and delayed publishing theresults of a positive test on Alberto Contador, have accepted bribes, are corrupt, areterrorists, have no regard for the rules, load the dice, are fools, do not have a genuinedesire to restore discipline to cycling, are full of shit, are clowns, their words areworthless, are liars, are no different to Colonel Muammar Gaddafi, or to make anysimilar other allegations of that kind;III.
Floyd Landis to publish at his own expense the present operative provisions inthe following media:
Wall Street Journal (New York, USA);
L’Equipe (Paris, FR);
Le Temps (Geneva, CH);
NYVelocity.com (New York, USA);
Velonation.com (Chevy Chase, Maryland, USA);
De Volksrant (Amsterdam, NL);IV.
that the prohibition under II above and the order under III above shall be subjectto a fine in accordance with article 292 of the Swiss Criminal Code in the event of failureto comply with a decision by the competent authority; under the provision, anyone whofails to comply with a decision of which he/she has been notified, under threat of thepenalty provided by the present article, by a competent authority or official, shall bepunishable by a fine;V.
Floyd Landis to pay Patrick (Pat) McQuaid and Henricus (Hein) Verbruggen thesum of CHF 10,000 (ten thousand Swiss francs) each, with interest of 5% per year fromthe time that the judgment becomes final and binding;VI.
costs at CHF 2,100 (two thousand one hundred Swiss francs) payable by FloydLandis,
by the expenses advanced by the petitioners, and
that the balanceshall be returned to the said petitioners;