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CYCLING/
RTR373HE
August 24, 2012
U.S. cyclist Floyd Landis waits before heading out on a training ride with his new team in Temecula,...
Temecula, UNITED STATES
File photo of Floyd Landis in Temecula
U.S. cyclist Floyd Landis waits before heading out on a training ride with his new team in Temecula, California ,in this January 25, 2009 file photo. REUTERS/Mike Blake/Files (UNITED STATES - Tags: HEADSHOT SPORT CYCLING)
CYCLING-YEARENDER/
RTXVW73
December 19, 2010
MOVES TUES DEC 21

Seven-time Tour de France winner Lance Armstrong awaits the start of the 2010 Cape...
Cape Town, South Africa
To match Feature CYCLING-YEARENDER/
MOVES TUES DEC 21

Seven-time Tour de France winner Lance Armstrong awaits the start of the 2010 Cape Argus Cycle Tour in Cape Town March 14, 2010. Cycling has been struck by a crisis that threatens to wipe out most of its efforts to fight doping in a year that saw the two big names involved in scandals. Seven-times Tour de France champion Lance Armstrong is involved in a U.S. federal investigation triggered by former team mate and disgraced 2006 champion Floyd Landis's allegations, while three-times winner Alberto Contador failed a test for the banned anabolic agent Clenbuterol. Picture taken March 14, 2010. To match Feature CYCLING-YEARENDER/ REUTERS/Mike Hutchings/Files (SOUTH AFRICA - Tags: SPORT CYCLING)
CYCLING-YEARENDER/
RTXVW6U
December 19, 2010
MOVES TUES DEC 21

Seven-time Tour de France winner Lance Armstrong awaits the start of the 2010 Cape...
Cape Town, South Africa
To match Feature CYCLING-YEARENDER/
MOVES TUES DEC 21

Seven-time Tour de France winner Lance Armstrong awaits the start of the 2010 Cape Argus Cycle Tour in Cape Town March 14, 2010. Cycling has been struck by a crisis that threatens to wipe out most of its efforts to fight doping in a year that saw the two big names involved in scandals. Seven-times Tour de France champion Lance Armstrong is involved in a U.S. federal investigation triggered by former team mate and disgraced 2006 champion Floyd Landis's allegations, while three-times winner Alberto Contador failed a test for the banned anabolic agent Clenbuterol. Picture taken March 14, 2010. To match Feature CYCLING-YEARENDER/ REUTERS/Mike Hutchings/Files (SOUTH AFRICA - Tags: SPORT CYCLING)
CYCLING
RTR2E5YC
May 21, 2010
Garmin-Transition's rider David Zabriskie wears the tour leader's golden jersey while sitting at the...
VISALIA, UNITED STATES
Zabriskie wears the tour leader's golden jersey while sitting at the starting lone in Visalia
Garmin-Transition's rider David Zabriskie wears the tour leader's golden jersey while sitting at the starting line in Visalia, California at stage five of the Amgen Tour of California, May 20, 2010. Zabriskie is one of several prominent American bicycle racers including seven-time Tour de France winner Lance Armstrong who have been recently named by fellow American bicycle racer Floyd Landis in having used performance enhancing drugs while professional competing. REUTERS/Anthony Bolante (UNITED STATES - Tags: SPORT CYCLING)
CYCLING
RTR2E5XH
May 21, 2010
Garmin-Transition's rider David Zabriskie holds up a flower bouquet after finishing in third place in...
Bakersfield, UNITED STATES
Garmin-Transition's rider David Zabriskie holds up a flower bouquet after finishing in third place in...
Garmin-Transition's rider David Zabriskie holds up a flower bouquet after finishing in third place in Bakersfield, California of stage five of the Amgen Tour of California on May 20, 2010. Zabriskie is one of several prominent American bicycle racers including seven-time Tour de France winner Lance Armstrong who have been recently named by fellow American bicycle racer Floyd Landis in having used performance enhancing drugs while professional competing. REUTERS/Anthony Bolante (UNITED STATES - Tags: SPORT CYCLING)
TOC/
RTR2E5WK
May 21, 2010
Three-time tour winner and defending champion Team Radioshack's Levi Leipheimer signs autographs at the...
VISALIA, UNITED STATES
Three-time tour winner and defending champion Team Radioshack's Levi Leipheimer signs autographs at the...
Three-time tour winner and defending champion Team Radioshack's Levi Leipheimer signs autographs at the starting line in Visalia, California of stage five of the Amgen Tour of California on May 20, 2010. Leipheimer and teammate Lance Armstrong are two of several prominent American bicycle racers who have been recently named by fellow American bicycle racer Floyd Landis in having used performance enhancing drugs while professional competing. REUTERS/Anthony Bolante (UNITED STATES - Tags: SPORT CYCLING)
TOC/
RTR2E5VX
May 20, 2010
U.S. National Champion BMC Racing Team's George Hincapie sits at the starting line in Visalia, California...
VISALIA, UNITED STATES
U.S. National Champion BMC Racing Team's Hincapie sits at the starting line in Visalia, California of...
U.S. National Champion BMC Racing Team's George Hincapie sits at the starting line in Visalia, California of stage five of the Amgen Tour of California, May 20, 2010. Hincapie is one of several prominent American bicycle racers including former teammate seven-time Tour de France winner Lance Armstrong who have been recently named by fellow American bicycle racer Floyd Landis in having used performance enhancing drugs while professional competing. REUTERS/Anthony Bolante (UNITED STATES - Tags: SPORT CYCLING)
TOC/
RTR2E5VQ
May 20, 2010
U.S. National Champion BMC Racing Team's George Hincapie sits at the starting line in Visalia, California...
Nevada City, UNITED STATES
U.S. National Champion BMC Racing Team's Hincapie sits at the starting line in Visalia, California of...
U.S. National Champion BMC Racing Team's George Hincapie sits at the starting line in Visalia, California of stage five of the Amgen Tour of California on May 20, 2010. Hincapie is one of several prominent American bicycle racers including former teammate seven-time Tour de France winner Lance Armstrong who have been recently named by fellow American bicycle racer Floyd Landis in having used performance enhancing drugs while professional competing. REUTERS/Anthony Bolante (UNITED STATES - Tags: SPORT CYCLING)
CYCLING/
RTR2E5IE
May 20, 2010
Seven-time Tour de France winner Team Radioshack rider Lance Armstrong (R) and U.S. national champion...
Nevada City, UNITED STATES
Armstrong and Hincapie sit at the starting line in Visalia, California of stage five of the Amgen Tour...
Seven-time Tour de France winner Team Radioshack rider Lance Armstrong (R) and U.S. national champion BMC Racing Team's George Hincapie are seen through the crowded peloton lineup at the starting line in Visalia, California of stage five of the Amgen Tour of California on May 20, 2010. Disgraced Tour de France winner Floyd Landis has confessed to using performance enhancing drugs and accused some of the biggest names in the sport, including Lance Armstrong, of also cheating. REUTERS/Anthony Bolante (UNITED STATES - Tags: SPORT CYCLING)
CYCLING/
RTR2E5I8
May 20, 2010
Seven-time Tour de France winner Team Radioshack rider Lance Armstrong waits at the starting line in...
Nevada City, UNITED STATES
Seven-time Tour de France winner Lance Armstrong waits at the starting line in Visalia, California of...
Seven-time Tour de France winner Team Radioshack rider Lance Armstrong waits at the starting line in Visalia, California of stage five of the Amgen Tour of California on May 20, 2010. Disgraced Tour de France winner Floyd Landis has confessed to using performance enhancing drugs and accused some of the biggest names in the sport, including Lance Armstrong, of also cheating. REUTERS/Anthony Bolante (UNITED STATES - Tags: SPORT CYCLING IMAGES OF THE DAY)
CYCLING/
RTR2E5I5
May 20, 2010
Seven-time Tour de France winner Team Radioshack rider Lance Armstrong waits at the starting line in...
Nevada City, UNITED STATES
Seven-time Tour de France winner Lance Armstrong waits at the starting line in Visalia, California of...
Seven-time Tour de France winner Team Radioshack rider Lance Armstrong waits at the starting line in Visalia, California of stage five of the Amgen Tour of California May 20, 2010. Disgraced Tour de France winner Floyd Landis has confessed to using performance enhancing drugs and accused some of the biggest names in the sport, including Lance Armstrong, of also cheating. REUTERS/Anthony Bolante (UNITED STATES - Tags: SPORT CYCLING)
CYCLING/
RTR2E5I0
May 20, 2010
Seven-time Tour de France winner Team Radioshack rider Lance Armstrong (R) and U.S. national champion...
Nevada City, UNITED STATES
Armstrong and Hincapie wait at the starting line in Visalia, California of stage five of the Amgen Tour...
Seven-time Tour de France winner Team Radioshack rider Lance Armstrong (R) and U.S. national champion BMC Racing Team's George Hincapie chat at the starting line in Visalia, California of stage five of the Amgen Tour of California May 20, 2010. Disgraced Tour de France winner Floyd Landis has confessed to using performance enhancing drugs and accused some of the biggest names in the sport, including Lance Armstrong, of also cheating. REUTERS/Anthony Bolante (UNITED STATES - Tags: SPORT CYCLING)
CYCLING/
RTR2E5HH
May 20, 2010
Seven-time Tour de France winner Team Radioshack rider Lance Armstrong waits at the starting line in...
Nevada City, UNITED STATES
Seven-time Tour de France winner Team Radioshack rider Lance Armstrong waits at the starting line in...
Seven-time Tour de France winner Team Radioshack rider Lance Armstrong waits at the starting line in Visalia, California of stage five of the Amgen Tour of California on May 20, 2010. Disgraced Tour de France winner Floyd Landis has confessed to using performance enhancing drugs and accused some of the biggest names in the sport, including Lance Armstrong, of also cheating. REUTERS/Anthony Bolante (UNITED STATES - Tags: SPORT CYCLING)
CYCLING/
RTR2E5HC
May 20, 2010
Seven-time Tour de France winner Team Radioshack rider Lance Armstrong sits at the starting line in Visalia,...
Nevada City, UNITED STATES
Seven-time Tour de France winner Team Radioshack rider Lance Armstrong sits at starting line in Visalia,...
Seven-time Tour de France winner Team Radioshack rider Lance Armstrong sits at the starting line in Visalia, California of stage five of the Amgen Tour of California May 20, 2010. Disgraced Tour de France winner Floyd Landis has confessed to using performance enhancing drugs and accused some of the biggest names in the sport, including Lance Armstrong, of also cheating. REUTERS/Anthony Bolante (UNITED STATES - Tags: SPORT CYCLING)
LANDIS
RTR2E57S
May 20, 2010
Phonak's team rider Floyd Landis of the U.S., wearing the leader's yellow jersey, holds a U.S. flag as...
Paris, France
File photo of Phonak's team rider Floyd Landis of the U.S. after winning the Tour De France
Phonak's team rider Floyd Landis of the U.S., wearing the leader's yellow jersey, holds a U.S. flag as he takes his lap of honor around the Champs Elysees after winning the 93rd Tour de France cycling race after the final stage between Sceaux-Antony and the Champs-Elysees in Paris in this July 23, 2006 file photo. Landis has sent a series of e-mails to cycling officials and sponsors admitting to the use of performance enhancing drugs, the Wall Street Journal reported on May 20, 2010. REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini/Files (FRANCE - Tags: SPORT CYCLING)
SPORT-CYCLING/DOPING
RTR2AB40
February 15, 2010
French Anti-doping Agency (AFLD) President Pierre Bordry speaks during an interview with Reuters in Paris...
Paris, France
French Anti-doping Agency President Pierre Bordry speaks during an interview with Reuters in Paris
French Anti-doping Agency (AFLD) President Pierre Bordry speaks during an interview with Reuters in Paris February 15, 2010. A French judge has issued an international arrest warrant against American rider Floyd Landis for suspected hacking into an anti-doping laboratory computer, Bordry told Reuters on Monday. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE - Tags: SPORT CYCLING HEADSHOT)
SPORT-CYCLING/DOPING
RTR2AB3W
February 15, 2010
French Anti-doping Agency (AFLD) President Pierre Bordry speaks during an interview with Reuters in Paris...
Paris, France
French Anti-doping Agency President Pierre Bordry speaks during an interview with Reuters in Paris
French Anti-doping Agency (AFLD) President Pierre Bordry speaks during an interview with Reuters in Paris February 15, 2010. A French judge has issued an international arrest warrant against American rider Floyd Landis for suspected hacking into an anti-doping laboratory computer, Bordry told Reuters on Monday. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE - Tags: SPORT CYCLING)
SPORT-CYCLING/DOPING
RTR2AB3V
February 15, 2010
French Anti-doping Agency (AFLD) President Pierre Bordry speaks during an interview with Reuters in Paris...
Paris, France
French Anti-doping Agency President Pierre Bordry speaks during an interview with Reuters in Paris
French Anti-doping Agency (AFLD) President Pierre Bordry speaks during an interview with Reuters in Paris February 15, 2010. A French judge has issued an international arrest warrant against American rider Floyd Landis for suspected hacking into an anti-doping laboratory computer, Bordry told Reuters on Monday. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE - Tags: SPORT CYCLING HEADSHOT)
CYCLING/CALIFORNIA
RTXBOJL
February 16, 2009
OUCH cyclist Floyd Landis races Stage 1 of the Amgen Tour of California cycling race in Santa Rosa February...
Santa Rosa, UNITED STATES
OUCH cyclist Floyd Landis races Stage 1 of the Amgen Tour of California cycling race in Santa Rosa
OUCH cyclist Floyd Landis races Stage 1 of the Amgen Tour of California cycling race in Santa Rosa February 15, 2009. Seven stages remain in the 750-mile, nine-day stage race. REUTERS/Max Whittaker (UNITED STATES)
CYCLING/CALIFORNIA
RTXBN6U
February 15, 2009
OUCH cyclist Floyd Landis of the U.S. races in the prologue of the Amgen Tour of California in Sacramento,...
Sacramento, UNITED STATES
OUCH cyclist Floyd Landis races in the prologue of the Amgen Tour of California in Sacramento.
OUCH cyclist Floyd Landis of the U.S. races in the prologue of the Amgen Tour of California in Sacramento, February 14, 2009. Saxo Bank cyclist Fabian Cancellara won the prologue, and is the race leader of the 750-mile, nine-day stage race. REUTERS/Max Whittaker (UNITED STATES)
CYCLING/LANDIS
RTR23VF5
January 26, 2009
U.S. cyclist Floyd Landis rides with his new team while out training in Temecula, California, January...
Temecula, UNITED STATES
U.S. cyclist Floyd Landis rides with his new team while out training in Temecula, California
U.S. cyclist Floyd Landis rides with his new team while out training in Temecula, California, January 25, 2009. Landis is returning to professional cycling following a two-year suspension after testing positive following his Tour De France win in 2006. REUTERS/Mike Blake (UNITED STATES)
CYCLING/LANDIS
RTR23VF3
January 26, 2009
U.S. cyclist Floyd Landis rides with his new team while out training in Temecula, California, January...
Temecula, UNITED STATES
U.S. cyclist Floyd Landis rides with his new team while out training in Temecula
U.S. cyclist Floyd Landis rides with his new team while out training in Temecula, California, January 25, 2009. Landis is returning to professional cycling following a two-year suspension after testing positive following his Tour De France win in 2006. REUTERS/Mike Blake (UNITED STATES)
CYCLING/LANDIS
RTR23VF6
January 25, 2009
U.S. cyclist Floyd Landis rides with his new team while out training in Temecula, California, January...
Temecula, UNITED STATES
U.S. cyclist Floyd Landis rides with his new team while out training in Temecula, California
U.S. cyclist Floyd Landis rides with his new team while out training in Temecula, California, January 25, 2009. Landis is returning to professional cycling following a two-year suspension after testing positive following his Tour De France win in 2006. REUTERS/Mike Blake (UNITED STATES)
CYCLING/LANDIS
RTR23VEO
January 25, 2009
U.S. cyclist Floyd Landis signs an autograph before heading out on a training ride with his new team...
Temecula, UNITED STATES
U.S. cyclist Floyd Landis signs an autograph before heading out on a training ride with his new team...
U.S. cyclist Floyd Landis signs an autograph before heading out on a training ride with his new team in Temecula, California January 25, 2009. Landis is returning to professional cycling following a two-year suspension after testing positive following his Tour De France win in 2006. REUTERS/Mike Blake (UNITED STATES)
CYCLING/LANDIS
RTR23VEM
January 25, 2009
U.S. cyclist Floyd Landis waits on his bike along with Dr. Brent Kay, owner of Ouch medical center, before...
Temecula, UNITED STATES
U.S. cyclist Floyd Landis waits on his bike along with Dr. Brent Kay, owner of Ouch medical center, ...
U.S. cyclist Floyd Landis waits on his bike along with Dr. Brent Kay, owner of Ouch medical center, before heading out on a training ride with his new team in Temecula, California January 25, 2009. Landis is returning to professional cycling following a two-year suspension after testing positive following his Tour De France win in 2006. REUTERS/Mike Blake (UNITED STATES)
CYCLING/LANDIS
RTR23VEJ
January 25, 2009
U.S. cyclist Floyd Landis heads out on a training ride with his new team in Temecula, California January...
Temecula, UNITED STATES
U.S. cyclist Floyd Landis heads out on a training ride with his new team in Temecula, California
U.S. cyclist Floyd Landis heads out on a training ride with his new team in Temecula, California January 25, 2009. Landis is returning to professional cycling following a two-year suspension after testing positive following his Tour De France win in 2006. REUTERS/Mike Blake (UNITED STATES)
CYCLING/LANDIS
RTR23VEI
January 25, 2009
U.S. cyclist Floyd Landis leaves a team photo to get on his bike before a training ride with his new...
Temecula, UNITED STATES
U.S. cyclist Floyd Landis leaves a team photo to get on his bike before a training ride with his new...
U.S. cyclist Floyd Landis leaves a team photo to get on his bike before a training ride with his new team in Temecula, California January 25, 2009. Landis is returning to professional cycling following a two-year suspension after testing positive following his Tour De France win in 2006. REUTERS/Mike Blake (UNITED STATES)
US-CYCLING/LANDIS
RTR23VEH
January 25, 2009
U.S. cyclist Floyd Landis (3L) shares a laugh with his new teammates before heading out on a training...
Temecula, UNITED STATES
U.S. cyclist Floyd Landis shares a laugh with his new teammates before heading out on a training ride...
U.S. cyclist Floyd Landis (3L) shares a laugh with his new teammates before heading out on a training ride with his new team in Temecula, California, January 25, 2009. Landis is returning to professional cycling following a two-year suspension after testing positive following his Tour De France win in 2006. REUTERS/Mike Blake (UNITED STATES)
CYCLING/LANDIS
RTR23VEF
January 25, 2009
U.S. cyclist Floyd Landis rides with his new team while out training in Temecula, California January...
Temecula, UNITED STATES
U.S. cyclist Floyd Landis rides with his new team while out training in Temecula, California
U.S. cyclist Floyd Landis rides with his new team while out training in Temecula, California January 25, 2009. Landis is returning to professional cycling following a two-year suspension after testing positive following his Tour De France win in 2006. REUTERS/Mike Blake (UNITED STATES)
CYCLING/LANDIS
RTR23VEE
January 25, 2009
U.S. cyclist Floyd Landis rides with his new team while out training in Temecula, California January...
Temecula, UNITED STATES
U.S. cyclist Floyd Landis rides with his new team while out training in Temecula, California
U.S. cyclist Floyd Landis rides with his new team while out training in Temecula, California January 25, 2009. Landis is returning to professional cycling following a two-year suspension after testing positive following his Tour De France win in 2006. REUTERS/Mike Blake (UNITED STATES)
CYCLING/LANDIS
RTR23VEC
January 25, 2009
U.S. cyclist Floyd Landis shakes a hand with a fellow cyclist before heading out on a training ride...
Temecula, UNITED STATES
U.S. cyclist Floyd Landis shakes a hand with a fellow cyclist before heading out on a training ride...
U.S. cyclist Floyd Landis shakes a hand with a fellow cyclist before heading out on a training ride with his new team in Temecula, California January 25, 2009. Landis is returning to professional cycling following a two-year suspension after testing positive following his Tour De France win in 2006. REUTERS/Mike Blake (UNITED STATES)
CYCLING/LANDIS
RTR23VEB
January 25, 2009
U.S. cyclist Floyd Landis rides with his new team while out training in Temecula, California January...
Temecula, UNITED STATES
U.S. cyclist Floyd Landis rides with his new team while out training in Temecula, California
U.S. cyclist Floyd Landis rides with his new team while out training in Temecula, California January 25, 2009. Landis is returning to professional cycling following a two-year suspension after testing positive following his Tour De France win in 2006. REUTERS/Mike Blake (UNITED STATES)
CYCLING/LANDIS
RTR23VEA
January 25, 2009
U.S. cyclist Floyd Landis rides with his new team while out training in Temecula, California January...
Temecula, UNITED STATES
U.S. cyclist Floyd Landis rides with his new team while out training in Temecula, California
U.S. cyclist Floyd Landis rides with his new team while out training in Temecula, California January 25, 2009. Landis is returning to professional cycling following a two-year suspension after testing positive following his Tour De France win in 2006. REUTERS/Mike Blake (UNITED STATES)
CYCLING/LANDIS
RTR23VE9
January 25, 2009
U.S. cyclist Floyd Landis waits on his bike before heading out on a training ride with his new team in...
Temecula, UNITED STATES
U.S. cyclist Floyd Landis waits on his bike before heading out on a training ride with his new team in...
U.S. cyclist Floyd Landis waits on his bike before heading out on a training ride with his new team in Temecula, California January 25, 2009. Landis is returning to professional cycling following a two-year suspension after testing positive following his Tour De France win in 2006. REUTERS/Mike Blake (UNITED STATES)
CYCLING/LANDIS
RTR23VE8
January 25, 2009
U.S. cyclist Floyd Landis waits on his bike before heading out on a training ride with his new team in...
Temecula, UNITED STATES
U.S. cyclist Floyd Landis waits on his bike before heading out on a training ride with his new team in...
U.S. cyclist Floyd Landis waits on his bike before heading out on a training ride with his new team in Temecula, California January 25, 2009. Landis is returning to professional cycling following a two-year suspension after testing positive following his Tour De France win in 2006. REUTERS/Mike Blake (UNITED STATES)
CYCLING/LANDIS
RTR23VE7
January 25, 2009
U.S. cyclist Floyd Landis walks to his bike before heading out to train with his new team in Temecula,...
Temecula, UNITED STATES
U.S. cyclist Floyd Landis walks to his bike before heading out to train with his new team in Temecula,...
U.S. cyclist Floyd Landis walks to his bike before heading out to train with his new team in Temecula, California January 25, 2009. Landis is returning to professional cycling following a two-year suspension after testing positive following his Tour De France win in 2006. REUTERS/Mike Blake (UNITED STATES)
CYCLING-TOUR/PEREIRO
RTR1UYFS
October 15, 2007
Caisse D'Epargne's Oscar Pereiro of Spain (C) poses on the podium next to France's Chairman of the Tour...
Madrid, Spain
Caisse D'Epargne's Pereiro of Spain poses on the podium after receiving the yellow jersey for winning...
Caisse D'Epargne's Oscar Pereiro of Spain (C) poses on the podium next to France's Chairman of the Tour de France cycling race Patrice Clerc (L), Tour Director Christian Prudhomme (2nd L) and Spain's Secretary of State for Sport Jaime Lissavetzky (R) after receiving the yellow jersey for winning the 93rd Tour de France cycling race in Madrid October 15, 2007. Pereiro, runner-up in the 2006 Tour de France, received the winner's famous yellow jersey in a ceremony in Madrid after Floyd Landis of the U.S. was stripped of the victory for a positive doping test for testosterone. REUTERS/Andrea Comas (SPAIN)
CYCLING-TOUR/PEREIRO
RTR1UYF9
October 15, 2007
Caisse D'Epargne's Oscar Pereiro of Spain poses after receiving the yellow jersey for winning the 93rd...
Madrid, Spain
Caisse D'Epargne's Oscar Pereiro of Spain poses after receiving the yellow jersey for winning the 93rd...
Caisse D'Epargne's Oscar Pereiro of Spain poses after receiving the yellow jersey for winning the 93rd Tour de France cycling race in Madrid October 15, 2007. Pereiro, runner-up in the 2006 Tour de France, received the winner's famous yellow jersey in a ceremony in Madrid after Floyd Landis of the U.S. was stripped of the victory for a positive doping test for testosterone. REUTERS/Andrea Comas (SPAIN)
CYCLING-TOUR/PEREIRO
RTR1UYF3
October 15, 2007
Caisse D'Epargne's Oscar Pereiro of Spain gives a thumbs-up after receiving the yellow jersey for winning...
Madrid, Spain
Caisse D'Epargne's Oscar Pereiro of Spain gives a thumbs-up after receiving the yellow jersey for winning...
Caisse D'Epargne's Oscar Pereiro of Spain gives a thumbs-up after receiving the yellow jersey for winning the 93rd Tour de France cycling race in Madrid October 15, 2007. Pereiro, runner-up in the 2006 Tour de France, received the winner's famous yellow jersey in a ceremony in Madrid after Floyd Landis of the U.S. was stripped of the victory for a positive doping test for testosterone. REUTERS/Andrea Comas (SPAIN)
CYCLING-TOUR/PEREIRO
RTR1UYEZ
October 15, 2007
Caisse D'Epargne's Oscar Pereiro of Spain (C) poses on the podium after receiving the yellow jersey for...
Madrid, Spain
Caisse D'Epargne's Oscar Pereiro of Spain poses on the podium after receiving the yellow jersey for winning...
Caisse D'Epargne's Oscar Pereiro of Spain (C) poses on the podium after receiving the yellow jersey for winning the 93rd Tour de France cycling race in Madrid October 15, 2007. Pereiro, runner-up in the 2006 Tour de France, received the winner's famous yellow jersey in a ceremony in Madrid after Floyd Landis of the U.S. was stripped of the victory for a positive doping test for testosterone. REUTERS/Andrea Comas (SPAIN)
CYCLING-TOUR/PEREIRO
RTR1UYEV
October 15, 2007
Caisse D'Epargne's Oscar Pereiro of Spain (C) kisses his trophy after receiving the yellow jersey for...
Madrid, Spain
Caisse D'Epargne's Oscar Pereiro of Spain kisses his trophy after receiving the yellow jersey for winning...
Caisse D'Epargne's Oscar Pereiro of Spain (C) kisses his trophy after receiving the yellow jersey for winning the 93rd Tour de France cycling race in Madrid October 15, 2007. Pereiro, runner-up in the 2006 Tour de France, received the winner's famous yellow jersey in a ceremony in Madrid after Floyd Landis of the U.S. was stripped of the victory for a positive doping test for testosterone. REUTERS/Andrea Comas (SPAIN)



REUTERS/Andrea Comas (SPAIN)
CYCLING-TOUR/PEREIRO
RTR1UYEN
October 15, 2007
Caisse D'Epargne's Oscar Pereiro of Spain (C) poses with France's Patrice Clerc (L), Chairman of the...
Madrid, Spain
Caisse D'Epargne's Pereiro of Spain poses with France's Clerc, Chairman of the Tour de France cycling...
Caisse D'Epargne's Oscar Pereiro of Spain (C) poses with France's Patrice Clerc (L), Chairman of the Tour de France cycling race and Tour Director Christian Prudhomme in Madrid after receiving the yellow jersey for winning the 93rd Tour de France cycling race October 15, 2007. Spain's Oscar Pereiro, runner-up in the 2006 Tour de France, received the winner's famous yellow jersey in a ceremony in Madrid after Floyd Landis of the U.S. was stripped of the victory for a positive doping test for testosterone. REUTERS/Andrea Comas (SPAIN)
Sport
Sport
Landis Testifies in California - 23 May 2007
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CYCLING/LANDIS
RTR1PZB2
May 22, 2007
U.S. cyclist Floyd Landis attends an arbitration hearing in Malibu, California, May 22, 2007. The arbitrators...
Malibu, UNITED STATES
U.S. cyclist Floyd Landis attends an arbitration hearing in Malibu
U.S. cyclist Floyd Landis attends an arbitration hearing in Malibu, California, May 22, 2007. The arbitrators are considering a case brought against Landis by the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency alleging the cyclist used illicit performance-enhancing drugs. He faces a possible two-year suspension and loss of his Tour de France title. REUTERS/Max Morse (UNITED STATES)
CYCLING/LANDIS
RTR1PZ4S
May 22, 2007
U.S. cyclist Floyd Landis testifies at an arbitration hearing in Malibu, California May 22, 2007. The...
Malibu, UNITED STATES
U.S. cyclist Landis testifies at an arbitration hearing in Malibu
U.S. cyclist Floyd Landis testifies at an arbitration hearing in Malibu, California May 22, 2007. The arbitrators are considering a case brought against Landis by the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency alleging the cyclist used illicit performance-enhancing drugs. He faces a possible two-year suspension and loss of his Tour de France title. REUTERS/Max Morse (UNITED STATES)
CYCLING/LANDIS
RTR1PZ4O
May 22, 2007
U.S. cyclist Floyd Landis testifies at an arbitration hearing in Malibu, California May 22, 2007. The...
Malibu, UNITED STATES
U.S. cyclist Landis testifies at an arbitration hearing in Malibu
U.S. cyclist Floyd Landis testifies at an arbitration hearing in Malibu, California May 22, 2007. The arbitrators are considering a case brought against Landis by the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency alleging the cyclist used illicit performance-enhancing drugs. He faces a possible two-year suspension and loss of his Tour de France title. REUTERS/Max Morse (UNITED STATES)
CYCLING/LANDIS
RTR1PZ4J
May 22, 2007
U.S. cyclist Floyd Landis testifies at an arbitration hearing in Malibu, California May 22, 2007. The...
Malibu, UNITED STATES
U.S. cyclist Landis testifies at an arbitration hearing in Malibu
U.S. cyclist Floyd Landis testifies at an arbitration hearing in Malibu, California May 22, 2007. The arbitrators are considering a case brought against Landis by the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency alleging the cyclist used illicit performance-enhancing drugs. He faces a possible two-year suspension and loss of his Tour de France title. REUTERS/Max Morse (UNITED STATES)
CYCLING/LANDIS
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May 22, 2007
U.S. cyclist Floyd Landis testifies at an arbitration hearing in Malibu, California May 22, 2007. The...
Malibu, UNITED STATES
U.S. cyclist Landis testifies at an arbitration hearing in Malibu
U.S. cyclist Floyd Landis testifies at an arbitration hearing in Malibu, California May 22, 2007. The arbitrators are considering a case brought against Landis by the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency alleging the cyclist used illicit performance-enhancing drugs. He faces a possible two-year suspension and loss of his Tour de France title. REUTERS/Max Morse (UNITED STATES)
CYCLING/LANDIS
RTR1PZ4C
May 22, 2007
U.S. cyclist Floyd Landis testifies at an arbitration hearing in Malibu, California May 22, 2007. The...
Malibu, UNITED STATES
U.S. cyclist Landis testifies at an arbitration hearing in Malibu
U.S. cyclist Floyd Landis testifies at an arbitration hearing in Malibu, California May 22, 2007. The arbitrators are considering a case brought against Landis by the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency alleging the cyclist used illicit performance-enhancing drugs. He faces a possible two-year suspension and loss of his Tour de France title. REUTERS/Max Morse (UNITED STATES)
CYCLING/LANDIS
RTR1PZ48
May 22, 2007
USADA attorney Matt Barnett looks back at attorney Maurice Suh, representation for U.S. cyclist Floyd...
Malibu, UNITED STATES
USADA attorney Barnett looks back at attorney Suh, representation for U.S. cyclist Landis, as Landis...
USADA attorney Matt Barnett looks back at attorney Maurice Suh, representation for U.S. cyclist Floyd Landis, as Landis testifies at an arbitration hearing in Malibu, California May 22, 2007. The arbitrators are considering a case brought against Landis by the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency alleging the cyclist used illicit performance-enhancing drugs. He faces a possible two-year suspension and loss of his Tour de France title. REUTERS/Max Morse (UNITED STATES)
CYCLING/LANDIS
RTR1PZ43
May 22, 2007
U.S. cyclist Floyd Landis testifies at an arbitration hearing in Malibu, California May 22, 2007. The...
Malibu, UNITED STATES
U.S. cyclist Landis testifies at an arbitration hearing in Malibu
U.S. cyclist Floyd Landis testifies at an arbitration hearing in Malibu, California May 22, 2007. The arbitrators are considering a case brought against Landis by the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency alleging the cyclist used illicit performance-enhancing drugs. He faces a possible two-year suspension and loss of his Tour de France title. REUTERS/Max Morse (UNITED STATES)
CYCLING/LANDIS
RTR1PZ3Z
May 22, 2007
U.S. cyclist Floyd Landis testifies at an arbitration hearing in Malibu, California May 22, 2007. The...
Malibu, UNITED STATES
U.S. cyclist Landis testifies at an arbitration hearing in Malibu
U.S. cyclist Floyd Landis testifies at an arbitration hearing in Malibu, California May 22, 2007. The arbitrators are considering a case brought against Landis by the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency alleging the cyclist used illicit performance-enhancing drugs. He faces a possible two-year suspension and loss of his Tour de France title. REUTERS/Max Morse (UNITED STATES)
CYCLING/LANDIS
RTR1PZ3V
May 22, 2007
U.S. cyclist Floyd Landis testifies at an arbitration hearing in Malibu, California May 22, 2007. The...
Malibu, UNITED STATES
U.S. cyclist Landis testifies at an arbitration hearing in Malibu
U.S. cyclist Floyd Landis testifies at an arbitration hearing in Malibu, California May 22, 2007. The arbitrators are considering a case brought against Landis by the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency alleging the cyclist used illicit performance-enhancing drugs. He faces a possible two-year suspension and loss of his Tour de France title. REUTERS/Max Morse (UNITED STATES)
CYCLING/LANDIS
RTR1PZ3S
May 22, 2007
U.S. cyclist Floyd Landis testifies at an arbitration hearing in Malibu, California May 22, 2007. The...
Malibu, UNITED STATES
U.S. cyclist Landis testifies at an arbitration hearing in Malibu
U.S. cyclist Floyd Landis testifies at an arbitration hearing in Malibu, California May 22, 2007. The arbitrators are considering a case brought against Landis by the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency alleging the cyclist used illicit performance-enhancing drugs. He faces a possible two-year suspension and loss of his Tour de France title. REUTERS/Max Morse (UNITED STATES)
CYCLING-LANDIS/
RTR1PY2I
May 22, 2007
U.S. cyclist Floyd Landis (R) leaves the Pepperdine University School of Law along with Michael Henson...
Malibu, UNITED STATES
U.S. cyclist Landis leaves the Pepperdine University School of Law after an arbitration hearing in Malibu,...
U.S. cyclist Floyd Landis (R) leaves the Pepperdine University School of Law along with Michael Henson (L), Executive Director of the Floyd Fairness Fund, after an arbitration hearing in Malibu, California, May 21, 2007. The arbitrators are considering a case brought against Landis by the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency alleging the cyclist used illicit performance-enhancing drugs. He faces a possible two-year suspension and loss of his Tour de France title. REUTERS/Danny Moloshok (UNITED STATES)
CYCLING-LANDIS/
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May 22, 2007
U.S. cyclist Floyd Landis leaves the Pepperdine University School of Law after an arbitration hearing...
Malibu, UNITED STATES
U.S. cyclist Floyd Landis leaves the Pepperdine University School of Law after an arbitration hearing...
U.S. cyclist Floyd Landis leaves the Pepperdine University School of Law after an arbitration hearing in Malibu, California, May 21, 2007. The arbitrators are considering a case brought against Landis by the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency alleging the cyclist used illicit performance-enhancing drugs. He faces a possible two-year suspension and loss of his Tour de France title. REUTERS/Danny Moloshok (UNITED STATES)
CYCLING-LANDIS/
RTR1PY2E
May 22, 2007
U.S. cyclist Floyd Landis leaves the Pepperdine University School of Law after an arbitration hearing...
Malibu, UNITED STATES
U.S. cyclist Floyd Landis leaves the Pepperdine University School of Law after an arbitration hearing...
U.S. cyclist Floyd Landis leaves the Pepperdine University School of Law after an arbitration hearing in Malibu, California, May 21, 2007. The arbitrators are considering a case brought against Landis by the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency alleging the cyclist used illicit performance-enhancing drugs. He faces a possible two-year suspension and loss of his Tour de France title. REUTERS/Danny Moloshok (UNITED STATES)
CYCLING/LANDIS
RTR1PZB7
May 21, 2007
U.S. cyclist Floyd Landis attends an arbitration hearing in Malibu, California, May 22, 2007. The arbitrators...
Malibu, UNITED STATES
U.S. cyclist Floyd Landis attends an arbitration hearing in Malibu
U.S. cyclist Floyd Landis attends an arbitration hearing in Malibu, California, May 22, 2007. The arbitrators are considering a case brought against Landis by the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency alleging the cyclist used illicit performance-enhancing drugs. He faces a possible two-year suspension and loss of his Tour de France title. REUTERS/Max Morse (UNITED STATES)
CYCLING-LANDIS/
RTR1PY1Y
May 21, 2007
U.S. cyclist Floyd Landis greets cyclist Dan Rudrud (L) during a recess of an arbitration hearing in...
Malibu, UNITED STATES
U.S. cyclist Floyd Landis greets cyclist Dan Rudrud during a recess of an arbitration hearing in Malibu,...
U.S. cyclist Floyd Landis greets cyclist Dan Rudrud (L) during a recess of an arbitration hearing in Malibu, California, May 21, 2007. The arbitrators are considering a case brought against Landis by the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency alleging the cyclist used illicit performance-enhancing drugs. He faces a possible two-year suspension and loss of his Tour de France title. REUTERS/Danny Moloshok (UNITED STATES)
CYCLING-LANDIS/
RTR1PY1T
May 21, 2007
U.S. cyclist Floyd Landis (C) drinks a beverage at the conclusion of an afternoon recess as his parents...
Malibu, UNITED STATES
U.S. cyclist Landis drinks a beverage at the conclusion of an afternoon recess in Malibu
U.S. cyclist Floyd Landis (C) drinks a beverage at the conclusion of an afternoon recess as his parents Paul (L) and Arlene sit in the courtroom at an arbitration hearing in Malibu, California May 21, 2007. The arbitrators are considering a case brought against Floyd Landis by the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency alleging the cyclist used illicit performance-enhancing drugs. He faces a possible two-year suspension and loss of his Tour de France title. REUTERS/Danny Moloshok (UNITED STATES)
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