I'm a retired elite cyclist and now I'm coaching some young elite cyclists. My question is regarding Floyd Landis. I'm a believer in Landis aerodynamic position but my opinion is base on visual rather than physic fact. This year he improved position by placing his elbow little closer together alowing the air to slice around him. To set an example, Landis style is very similar to Super G skier. If the skier expose his chest the air will drag the skier. If the cyclist expose his chest, don't you think there's similar affect will occur to the cyclist like the skier? I have some wind tunnel experience that taught me a lot. I've spoken to to few coaches and got their adviced but interested in your experience imputs. Thanks in advance.