USADA v. Landis

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Arbitration
05/14/07 – 05/23/07

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Summary

Floyd Landis, an American cyclist, was accused of doping to win the 2006 Tour de France, after a positive test for synthetic testosterone. He requested an additional test on a backup sample of urine, which tested positive as well. He was suspended from professional cycling and dismissed from his Phonak Cycling Team.

Outcome

Landis was found guilty of doping, and therefore stripped of his title.

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