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CYCLING-LANDIS
RTR1POUH 
May 14, 2007 
U.S. cyclist Floyd Landis (L) laughs as he sits with his defense attorney Paul Scott during opening statements... 
Malibu, UNITED STATES 
U.S. cyclist Floyd Landis laughs as he sits with his defense attorney Paul Scott during opening statements... 
U.S. cyclist Floyd Landis (L) laughs as he sits with his defense attorney Paul Scott during opening statements at an arbitration hearing in Malibu, California, May 14, 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/Lucy Nicholson (UNITED STATES) 
LANDIS/HEARING
RTR1POTT 
May 14, 2007 
U.S. cyclist Floyd Landis (R) waits for an arbitration hearing to start with his parents Paul (L) and... 
Malibu, UNITED STATES 
U.S. cyclist Floyd Landis waits for an arbitration hearing to start with his parents in Malibu 
U.S. cyclist Floyd Landis (R) waits for an arbitration hearing to start with his parents Paul (L) and Arlene Landis in Malibu, California, May 14, 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/Lucy Nicholson (UNITED STATES) 
CYCLING-LANDIS/
RTR1POTS 
May 14, 2007 
U.S. cyclist Floyd Landis (R) arrives with his publicist Michael Henson at an arbitration hearing in... 
Malibu, UNITED STATES 
U.S. cyclist Floyd Landis arrives with his publicist Michael Henson at an arbitration hearing in Malibu... 
U.S. cyclist Floyd Landis (R) arrives with his publicist Michael Henson at an arbitration hearing in Malibu, California, May 14, 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/Lucy Nicholson (UNITED STATES) 
LANDIS/HEARING
RTR1POTH 
May 14, 2007 
U.S. cyclist Floyd Landis listens to an arbitration hearing in Malibu, California, May 14, 2007. The... 
Malibu, UNITED STATES 
U.S. cyclist Floyd Landis listens to an arbitration hearing in Malibu 
U.S. cyclist Floyd Landis listens to an arbitration hearing in Malibu, California, May 14, 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/Lucy Nicholson (UNITED STATES) 
LANDIS/HEARING
RTR1POTE 
May 14, 2007 
U.S. cyclist Floyd Landis listens to an arbitration hearing in Malibu, California, May 14, 2007. The... 
Malibu, UNITED STATES 
U.S. cyclist Floyd Landis listens to an arbitration hearing in Malibu 
U.S. cyclist Floyd Landis listens to an arbitration hearing in Malibu, California, May 14, 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/Lucy Nicholson (UNITED STATES) 
LANDIS/HEARING
RTR1POTD 
May 14, 2007 
U.S. cyclist Floyd Landis listens to an arbitration hearing in Malibu, California, May 14, 2007. The... 
Malibu, UNITED STATES 
U.S. cyclist Floyd Landis listens to an arbitration hearing in Malibu 
U.S. cyclist Floyd Landis listens to an arbitration hearing in Malibu, California, May 14, 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/Lucy Nicholson (UNITED STATES) 
LANDIS/HEARING
RTR1POTB 
May 14, 2007 
U.S. cyclist Floyd Landis listens to an arbitration hearing in Malibu, California May 14, 2007. The... 
Malibu, UNITED STATES 
U.S. cyclist Floyd Landis listens to an arbitration hearing in Malibu 
U.S. cyclist Floyd Landis listens to an arbitration hearing in Malibu, California May 14, 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/Lucy Nicholson (UNITED STATES) 
CYCLING-LANDIS/
RTR1POST 
May 14, 2007 
U.S. cyclist Floyd Landis (C) arrives with his wife Amber (R) and publicist Michael Henson at an arbitration... 
Malibu, UNITED STATES 
U.S. cyclist Floyd Landis arrives with his wife Amber and publicist Michael Henson at an arbitration... 
U.S. cyclist Floyd Landis (C) arrives with his wife Amber (R) and publicist Michael Henson at an arbitration hearing in Malibu, California, May 14, 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/Lucy Nicholson (UNITED STATES) 
CYCLING/LANDIS
RTR1POQW 
May 14, 2007 
U.S. cyclist Floyd Landis attends an arbitration hearing in Malibu, California May 14, 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 14, 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/Lucy Nicholson (UNITED STATES) 
CYCLING/LANDIS
RTR1POPO 
May 14, 2007 
U.S. cyclist Floyd Landis (R) arrives at an arbitration hearing in Malibu, California, May 14, 2007.... 
Malibu, UNITED STATES 
US cyclist Floyd Landis arrives at an arbitration hearing in Malibu 
U.S. cyclist Floyd Landis (R) arrives at an arbitration hearing in Malibu, California, May 14, 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. Landis faces a possible two-year suspension and loss of his Tour de France title. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson (UNITED STATES) 
TRACK -CYCLING/
RTR1LDYQ 
January 20, 2007 
U.S. cyclist Floyd Landis laughs as he watches the 2007 UCI Track Cycling World Cup Classics in Carson,... 
Carson, UNITED STATES 
US cyclist Landis laughs as he watches the 2007 UCI Track Cycling World Cup Classics in Carson 
U.S. cyclist Floyd Landis laughs as he watches the 2007 UCI Track Cycling World Cup Classics in Carson, California, January 19, 2007. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson (UNITED STATES) 
YEARENDER-NORTHAMERICA
RTR1K4JU 
December 07, 2006 
U.S. cyclist Floyd Landis poses for a picture during a visit to his former Phonak team before the last... 
Madrid, Spain 
To match feature YEARENDER-NORTHAMERICA 
U.S. cyclist Floyd Landis poses for a picture during a visit to his former Phonak team before the last stage of the Tour of Spain cycling race in central Madrid September 17, 2006. It has been a challenging year for Floyd Landis, whose Tour de France victory made the retirement of seven-times winner Lance Armstrong less painful for Americans. Just days after claiming victory on the Champs-Elysees in Paris, however, Landis was found to have tested positive for testosterone. Picture taken September 17, 2006. To match feature YEARENDER-NORTHAMERICA REUTERS/Victor Fraile (SPAIN) 
YEARENDER-NORTHAMERICA
RTR1K4JS 
December 07, 2006 
Phonak's team rider Floyd Landis of the U.S., wearing the leader's yellow jersey, holds a U.S. flag as... 
Paris, France 
To match feature YEARENDER-NORTHAMERICA 
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, July 23, 2006. It has been a challenging year for Floyd Landis, whose Tour de France victory made the retirement of seven-times winner Lance Armstrong less painful for Americans. Just days after claiming victory on the Champs-Elysees in Paris, however, Landis was found to have tested positive for testosterone. Picture taken July 23, 2006. To match feature YEARENDER-NORTHAMERICA REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini (FRANCE) 
SPORT CYCLING SPAIN
RTR1HF0P 
September 17, 2006 
U.S. cyclist Floyd Landis poses for a picture during a visit to his former Phonak team before the last... 
Madrid, Spain 
U.S. cyclist Floyd Landis poses for a picture before the Tour of Spain cycling race in Madrid 
U.S. cyclist Floyd Landis poses for a picture during a visit to his former Phonak team before the last stage of the Tour of Spain cycling race in central Madrid September 17, 2006. REUTERS/Victor Fraile (SPAIN) 
SPORT CYCLING SPAIN
RTR1HF0H 
September 17, 2006 
U.S. cyclist Floyd Landis poses for a picture in front of a bus during his visit to his former Phonak... 
Madrid, Spain 
U.S. cyclist Floyd Landis poses for a picture before the Tour of Spain cycling race in Madrid 
U.S. cyclist Floyd Landis poses for a picture in front of a bus during his visit to his former Phonak team before the last stage of the Tour of Spain cycling race in central Madrid, September 17, 2006. REUTERS/Victor Fraile (SPAIN) 
SPORT CYCLING SPAIN
RTR1HEZB 
September 17, 2006 
U.S. cyclist Floyd Landis (R) arrives for a visit before the last stage of the Tour of Spain cycling... 
Madrid, Spain 
U.S. cyclist Floyd Landis arrives before the Tour of Spain cycling race in Madrid 
U.S. cyclist Floyd Landis (R) arrives for a visit before the last stage of the Tour of Spain cycling race in central Madrid, September 17, 2006. REUTERS/Victor Fraile (SPAIN) 
SPORT CYCLING SPAIN
RTR1HEYU 
September 17, 2006 
U.S. cyclist Floyd Landis poses for a picture during his visit to his former Phonak team before the last... 
Madrid, Spain 
U.S. cyclist Floyd Landis poses for a picture before the Tour of Spain cycling race in Madrid 
U.S. cyclist Floyd Landis poses for a picture during his visit to his former Phonak team before the last stage of the Tour of Spain cycling race in central Madrid, September 17, 2006. REUTERS/Victor Fraile (SPAIN) 
SPORT DOPING PHONAK
RTR1GE4X 
August 15, 2006 
Phonak cycling team chief of sport John Lelangue attends a press conference in Zurich, August 15, 2006.... 
Zurich, Switzerland 
Phonak Lelangue attends a press conference in Zurich 
Phonak cycling team chief of sport John Lelangue attends a press conference in Zurich, August 15, 2006. Disgraced Tour de France winner Floyd Landis's Phonak cycling team is to be disbanded in the wake of his positive doping test for testosterone, the outgoing sponsors said on Tuesday. Phonak owner Andy Rihs said the team had tried to find other sponsors without success and would now be seeking alternative rides for Landis's team mates. REUTERS/Sebastian Derungs (SWITZERLAND) 
SPORT CYCLING PHONAK
RTR1GE4O 
August 15, 2006 
Phonak cycling team owner Andy Rihs speaks during a press conference in Zurich, August 15, 2006. Disgraced... 
Zurich, Switzerland 
Phonak Rihs attends a press conference in Zurich 
Phonak cycling team owner Andy Rihs speaks during a press conference in Zurich, August 15, 2006. Disgraced Tour de France winner Floyd Landis's Phonak cycling team is to be disbanded in the wake of his positive doping test for testosterone, the outgoing sponsors said on Tuesday. Phonak owner Andy Rihs said the team had tried to find other sponsors without success and would now be seeking alternative rides for Landis's team mates. REUTERS/Sebastian Derungs (SWITZERLAND) 
SPORT CYCLING PHONAK
RTR1GE4M 
August 15, 2006 
Phonak cycling team owner Andy Rihs attends a press conference in Zurich, August 15, 2006. Disgraced... 
Zurich, Switzerland 
Phonak Rihs attends a press conference in Zurich 
Phonak cycling team owner Andy Rihs attends a press conference in Zurich, August 15, 2006. Disgraced Tour de France winner Floyd Landis's Phonak cycling team is to be disbanded in the wake of his positive doping test for testosterone, the outgoing sponsors said on Tuesday. Phonak owner Andy Rihs said the team had tried to find other sponsors without success and would now be seeking alternative rides for Landis's team mates. REUTERS/Sebastian Derungs (SWITZERLAND) 
SPORT CYCLING PHONAK
RTR1GE4K 
August 15, 2006 
Phonak cycling team owner Andy Rihs arrives at a press conference in Zurich, August 15, 2006. Disgraced... 
Zurich, Switzerland 
Phonak Rihs arrives at a press conference in Zurich 
Phonak cycling team owner Andy Rihs arrives at a press conference in Zurich, August 15, 2006. Disgraced Tour de France winner Floyd Landis's Phonak cycling team is to be disbanded in the wake of his positive doping test for testosterone, the outgoing sponsors said on Tuesday. Phonak owner Andy Rihs said the team had tried to find other sponsors without success and would now be seeking alternative rides for Landis's team mates. REUTERS/Sebastian Derungs (SWITZERLAND) 
SPORT DOPING PHONAK
RTR1GE4I 
August 15, 2006 
Phonak cycling team owner Andy Rihs attends a press conference in Zurich, August 15, 2006. Disgraced... 
Zurich, Switzerland 
Phonak Rihs attends a press conference in Zurich 
Phonak cycling team owner Andy Rihs attends a press conference in Zurich, August 15, 2006. Disgraced Tour de France winner Floyd Landis's Phonak cycling team is to be disbanded in the wake of his positive doping test for testosterone, the outgoing sponsors said on Tuesday. Phonak owner Andy Rihs said the team had tried to find other sponsors without success and would now be seeking alternative rides for Landis's team mates. REUTERS/Sebastian Derungs (SWITZERLAND) 
SPORT CYCLING PHONAK
RTR1GE4F 
August 15, 2006 
Phonak cycling team owner Andy Rihs attends a press conference in Zurich, August 15, 2006. Disgraced... 
Zurich, Switzerland 
Phonak Rihs attends a press conference in Zurich 
Phonak cycling team owner Andy Rihs attends a press conference in Zurich, August 15, 2006. Disgraced Tour de France winner Floyd Landis's Phonak cycling team is to be disbanded in the wake of his positive doping test for testosterone, the outgoing sponsors said on Tuesday. Phonak owner Andy Rihs said the team had tried to find other sponsors without success and would now be seeking alternative rides for Landis's team mates. REUTERS/Sebastian Derungs (SWITZERLAND) 
SPORT DOPING PHONAK
RTR1GE4C 
August 15, 2006 
Phonak cycling team owner Andy Rihs attends a press conference in Zurich, August 15, 2006. Disgraced... 
Zurich, Switzerland 
Phonak Rihs attends a press conference in Zurich 
Phonak cycling team owner Andy Rihs attends a press conference in Zurich, August 15, 2006. Disgraced Tour de France winner Floyd Landis's Phonak cycling team is to be disbanded in the wake of his positive doping test for testosterone, the outgoing sponsors said on Tuesday. Phonak owner Andy Rihs said the team had tried to find other sponsors without success and would now be seeking alternative rides for Landis's team mates. REUTERS/Sebastian Derungs (SWITZERLAND) 
SPORT DOPING LANDIS
RTR1G7H9 
August 08, 2006 
Radio host Adam Carolla takes off his head phones during a commercial break in his interview with U.S.... 
Los Angeles, USA 
Radio host Carolla takes off his head phones during commercial break in his interview with U.S. cyclist... 
Radio host Adam Carolla takes off his head phones during a commercial break in his interview with U.S. cyclist Floyd Landis (not pictured) during the Adam Carolla morning radio show at KLSX studios in Los Angeles, California, August 8, 2006. REUTERS/Danny Moloshok (UNITED STATES) 
SPORT DOPING LANDIS
RTR1G7GZ 
August 08, 2006 
U.S. cyclist Floyd Landis speaks during an appearance on the Adam Carolla morning radio show at KLSX... 
Los Angeles, USA 
Cyclist Landis speaks during an appearance on the Adam Carolla morning radio show in Los Angeles 
U.S. cyclist Floyd Landis speaks during an appearance on the Adam Carolla morning radio show at KLSX studios in Los Angeles August 8, 2006. REUTERS/Danny Moloshok (UNITED STATES) 
SPORT DOPING LANDIS
RTR1G7GU 
August 08, 2006 
U.S. cyclist Floyd Landis (2nd R) appears on the Adam Carolla morning show at KLSX studios as (from L-R)... 
Los Angeles, USA 
Cyclist Landis appears on the Adam Carolla morning show in Los Angeles 
U.S. cyclist Floyd Landis (2nd R) appears on the Adam Carolla morning show at KLSX studios as (from L-R) host Adam Carolla, Bryan Bishop, executive producer Jimmy Brusca, and Teresa Strasser also participate in Los Angeles August 8, 2006. REUTERS/Danny Moloshok (UNITED STATES) 
SPORT DOPING LANDIS
RTR1G7GK 
August 08, 2006 
U.S. cyclist Floyd Landis looks on during a commercial break in his appearance on the Adam Carolla morning... 
Los Angeles, USA 
Cyclist Floyd Landis looks on during a commercial break in his appearance on the Adam Carolla morning... 
U.S. cyclist Floyd Landis looks on during a commercial break in his appearance on the Adam Carolla morning radio show at KLSX studios in Los Angeles August 8, 2006. REUTERS/Danny Moloshok (UNITED STATES) 
SPORT DOPING LANDIS
RTR1G7GF 
August 08, 2006 
U.S. cyclist Floyd Landis looks on during a commercial break in his appearance on the Adam Carolla morning... 
Los Angeles, USA 
Cyclist Landis looks on during a commercial break in his appearance on the Adam Carolla morning radio... 
U.S. cyclist Floyd Landis looks on during a commercial break in his appearance on the Adam Carolla morning radio show at KLSX studios in Los Angeles August 8, 2006. REUTERS/Danny Moloshok (UNITED STATES) 
SPORT DOPING LANDIS
RTR1G7G4 
August 08, 2006 
U.S. cyclist Floyd Landis answers questions during an appearance on the Adam Carolla morning radio show... 
Los Angeles, USA 
Cyclist Landis answers questions during an appearance on the Adam Carolla morning radio show in Los Angeles... 
U.S. cyclist Floyd Landis answers questions during an appearance on the Adam Carolla morning radio show at KLSX studios in Los Angeles August 8, 2006. REUTERS/Danny Moloshok (UNITED STATES) 
SPORT DOPING LANDIS
RTR1G7FQ 
August 08, 2006 
U.S. cyclist Floyd Landis looks on during a commercial break in his appearance on the Adam Carolla morning... 
Los Angeles, USA 
Cyclist Landis looks on during a commercial break in his appearance on the Adam Carolla morning radio... 
U.S. cyclist Floyd Landis looks on during a commercial break in his appearance on the Adam Carolla morning radio show at KLSX studios in Los Angeles August 8, 2006. REUTERS/Danny Moloshok (UNITED STATES) 
SPORT DOPING LANDIS
RTR1G7FH 
August 08, 2006 
U.S. cyclist Floyd Landis speaks with a producer during a commercial break in his appearance on the Adam... 
Los Angeles, USA 
Cyclist Landis speaks with a producer during a commercial break in his appearance on the Adam Carolla... 
U.S. cyclist Floyd Landis speaks with a producer during a commercial break in his appearance on the Adam Carolla morning radio show at KLSX studios in Los Angeles August 8, 2006. REUTERS/Danny Moloshok (UNITED STATES) 
DOPING LANDIS
RTR1G4JA 
August 05, 2006 
A cyclist showing his support walks his bike next to a banner welcoming Floyd Landis home to his gated... 
MURRIETA, USA 
A cyclist showing his support walks his bike next to a banner welcoming Floyd Landis home to his gated... 
A cyclist showing his support walks his bike next to a banner welcoming Floyd Landis home to his gated community in Murrieta, California August 5, 2006, the same day that he was fired from his team and stripped of his Tour de France win following the finding in the 'B' sample of Floyd Landis' urine which confirms testosterone was taken in an exogenous way, according to Tour de France officials. REUTERS/Fred Greaves (UNITED STATES) 
DOPING LANDIS
RTR1G4J7 
August 05, 2006 
A cyclist showing his support by cycling next to a banner welcoming Floyd Landis home to his gated community... 
MURRIETA, USA 
A cyclist showing his support by cycling next to a banner welcoming Floyd Landis home to his gated community... 
A cyclist showing his support by cycling next to a banner welcoming Floyd Landis home to his gated community in Murrieta, California August 5, 2006, the same day that he was fired from his team and stripped of his Tour de France win following the finding in the 'B' sample of Floyd Landis' urine which confirms testosterone was taken in an exogenous way, according to Tour de France officials. REUTERS/Fred Greaves (UNITED STATES) 
DOPING LANDIS
RTR1G4J2 
August 05, 2006 
Local Cycling Club President Ernie Sanchez holds a T-shirt supporting Floyd Landis outside Landis' gated... 
MURRIETA, USA 
Local Cycling Club President Ernie Sanchez holds T-shirt supporting Floyd Landis outside Landis' gated... 
Local Cycling Club President Ernie Sanchez holds a T-shirt supporting Floyd Landis outside Landis' gated community in Murrieta, California August 5, 2006, the same day he was fired from his team and stripped of his Tour de France win following the finding in the 'B' sample of Floyd Landis' urine which confirms testosterone was taken in an exogenous way, according to Tour de France officials. REUTERS/Fred Greaves (UNITED STATES) 
SPAIN
RTR1G4DG 
August 05, 2006 
Ille Balears' team rider Oscar Pereiro, second in this year's Tour de France, arrives at his news conference... 
Vigo, Spain 
Ille Balears' team rider Oscar Pereiro, second in this year's Tour de France, arrives at his news conference... 
Ille Balears' team rider Oscar Pereiro, second in this year's Tour de France, arrives at his news conference in Vigo, northern Spain, August 5, 2006. Floyd Landis is likely to lose his Tour de France title after a second drugs sample confirmed a positive test for excessive amounts of the male sex hormone testosterone. If Landis were disqualified, Pereiro would be declared the winner. REUTERS/Miguel Vidal (SPAIN) 
SPAIN
RTR1G4CZ 
August 05, 2006 
Ille Balears' team rider Oscar Pereiro, second in this year's Tour de France, smiles during a news conference... 
Vigo, Spain 
Ille Balears' team rider Pereiro, second in this year's Tour de France, smiles during a news conference... 
Ille Balears' team rider Oscar Pereiro, second in this year's Tour de France, smiles during a news conference in Vigo, northern Spain, August 5, 2006. Floyd Landis is likely to lose his Tour de France title after a second drugs sample confirmed a positive test for excessive amounts of the male sex hormone testosterone. If Landis were disqualified, Pereiro would be declared the winner. REUTERS/Miguel Vidal (SPAIN) 
DOPING LANDIS
RTR1G4AI 
August 05, 2006 
A Murietta Police officer drives past a banner welcoming Floyd Landis home to his gated community in... 
MURIETTA, United Kingdom 
Police officer drives past banner welcoming Floyd Landis home in Murietta 
A Murietta Police officer drives past a banner welcoming Floyd Landis home to his gated community in Murietta, California August 5, 2006, the same day that he was fired from his team and stripped of his Tour de France win following the finding in the "B" sample of Landis' urine which confirms testosterone was taken in an exogenous way, according to Tour de France officials. REUTERS/Fred Greaves (UNITED STATES) 
DOPING LANDIS
RTR1G4A1 
August 05, 2006 
A car drives past a banner welcoming Floyd Landis home to his gated community in Murietta, California... 
MURIETTA, USA 
Car drives past sign welcoming Floyd Landis home at his gated community 
A car drives past a banner welcoming Floyd Landis home to his gated community in Murietta, California August 5, 2006, the same day that he was fired from his team and stripped of his Tour de France win following the finding in the "B" sample of Landis' urine which confirms testosterone was taken in an exogenous way, according to Tour de France officials. REUTERS/Fred Greaves (UNITED STATES) 
SPORT DOPING LANDIS
RTR1G39P 
August 04, 2006 
Floyd Landis of the U.S. undergoes his Tour de France medical examination in Strasbourg in this June... 
Strasbourg, France 
File photo of Tour de France winner Landis of the US undergoing his Tour de France medical examination... 
Floyd Landis of the U.S. undergoes his Tour de France medical examination in Strasbourg in this June 29, 2006 file photo. Tour de France winner Landis will learn at 0900 GMT on August 5, 2006 whether a test on his B sample confirms a positive test for the male sex hormone testosterone. REUTERS/Vincent Kessler/File (FRANCE) 
SPORT DOPING LANDIS
RTR1G39K 
August 04, 2006 
Floyd Landis of the U.S. undergoes his Tour de France medical examination in Strasbourg in this June... 
Strasbourg, France 
File photo of Tour de France winner Landis of the US undergoing his Tour de France medical examination... 
Floyd Landis of the U.S. undergoes his Tour de France medical examination in Strasbourg in this June 29, 2006 file photo. Tour de France winner Landis will learn at 0900 GMT on August 5, 2006 whether a test on his B sample confirms a positive test for the male sex hormone testosterone. REUTERS/Vincent Kessler/File (FRANCE) 
SPORT DOPING LANDIS
RTR1G39D 
August 04, 2006 
Floyd Landis of the U.S. undergoes his Tour de France medical examination in Strasbourg in this June... 
Strasbourg, France 
File photo of Tour de France winner Landis of the US undergoing his Tour de France medical examination... 
Floyd Landis of the U.S. undergoes his Tour de France medical examination in Strasbourg in this June 29, 2006 file photo. Tour de France winner Landis will learn at 0900 GMT on August 5, 2006 whether a test on his B sample confirms a positive test for the male sex hormone testosterone. REUTERS/Vincent Kessler/Files (FRANCE) 
SPORT DOPING LANDIS
RTR1G39A 
August 04, 2006 
Floyd Landis of the U.S. undergoes his Tour de France medical examination in Strasbourg in this June... 
Strasbourg, France 
File photo of Tour de France winner Landis of the US undergoing his Tour de France medical examination... 
Floyd Landis of the U.S. undergoes his Tour de France medical examination in Strasbourg in this June 29, 2006 file photo. Tour de France winner Landis will learn at 0900 GMT on August 5, 2006 whether a test on his B sample confirms a positive test for the male sex hormone testosterone. REUTERS/Vincent Kessler /Files (FRANCE) 
SPORT DOPING LANDIS
RTR1G396 
August 04, 2006 
Floyd Landis of the U.S. undergoes his Tour de France medical examination in Strasbourg in this June... 
Strasbourg, France 
File photo of Tour de France winner Landis of the US undergoing his Tour de France medical examination... 
Floyd Landis of the U.S. undergoes his Tour de France medical examination in Strasbourg in this June 29, 2006 file photo. Tour de France winner Landis will learn at 0900 GMT on August 5, 2006 whether a test on his B sample confirms a positive test for the male sex hormone testosterone. REUTERS/Vincent Kessler /Files (FRANCE) 
SPORTS LANDIS
RTR1FWQQ 
July 28, 2006 
Tour de France winner Floyd Landis of the U.S. arrives at a news conference in Madrid July 28, 2006.... 
Madrid, Spain 
Tour de France winner Floyd Landis of the U.S. arrives at a news conference in Madrid 
Tour de France winner Floyd Landis of the U.S. arrives at a news conference in Madrid July 28, 2006. Landis denied committing any doping offence in his first appearance 24 hours after news of his positive test from the race was made known. REUTERS/ANDREA COMAS (SPAIN) 
SPORT DOPING LANDIS DENIAL
RTR1FWQL 
July 28, 2006 
Tour de France winner Floyd Landis of the U.S. takes his seat while surrounded by photographers at a... 
Madrid, Spain 
Tour de France winner Landis of the US takes his seat while surrounded by photographers at a news conference... 
Tour de France winner Floyd Landis of the U.S. takes his seat while surrounded by photographers at a news conference in Madrid July 28, 2006. Landis denied committing any doping offence in his first appearance 24 hours after news of his positive test from the race was made known. REUTERS/Andrea Comas (SPAIN) 
SPORT DOPING LANDIS DENIAL
RTR1FWO3 
July 28, 2006 
Tour de France winner Floyd Landis of the U.S. listens to a question during a news conference in Madrid... 
Madrid, Spain 
Landis of the US listens to a question during a news conference in Madrid 
Tour de France winner Floyd Landis of the U.S. listens to a question during a news conference in Madrid July 28, 2006. Landis denied committing any doping offence in his first appearance 24 hours after news of his positive test from the race was made known. REUTERS/Paul Hanna (SPAIN) 
SPORT DOPING LANDIS DENIAL
RTR1FWNW 
July 28, 2006 
Tour de France winner Floyd Landis of the U.S. takes his seat while surrounded by photographers at a... 
Madrid, Spain 
Tour de France winner Landis of the US takes his seat at a news conference in Madrid 
Tour de France winner Floyd Landis of the U.S. takes his seat while surrounded by photographers at a news conference in Madrid July 28, 2006. Landis denied committing any doping offence in his first appearance 24 hours after news of his positive test from the race was made known. REUTERS/Paul Hanna (SPAIN) 
SPORT DOPING LANDIS DENIAL
RTR1FWNK 
July 28, 2006 
Tour de France winner Floyd Landis of the U.S. leaves a news conference in Madrid July 28, 2006. Landis... 
Madrid, Spain 
Tour de France winner Floyd Landis of the U.S. leaves a news conference in Madrid 
Tour de France winner Floyd Landis of the U.S. leaves a news conference in Madrid July 28, 2006. Landis denied committing any doping offence in his first appearance 24 hours after news of his positive test from the race was made known. REUTERS/Paul Hanna (SPAIN) 
SPORT DOPING LANDIS DENIAL
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July 28, 2006 
Tour de France winner Floyd Landis of the U.S. listens to a question during a news conference in Madrid... 
Madrid, Spain 
Tour de France winner Floyd Landis of the U.S. listens to a question at a news conference in Madrid 
Tour de France winner Floyd Landis of the U.S. listens to a question during a news conference in Madrid July 28, 2006. Landis denied committing any doping offence in his first appearance 24 hours after news of his positive test from the race was made known. REUTERS/Paul Hanna (SPAIN) 
SPORT LANDIS
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July 28, 2006 
Tour de France winner Floyd Landis of the U.S. listens to a question during a news conference in Madrid... 
Madrid, Spain 
Tour de France winner Landis of the US listens to a question during a news conference in Madrid 
Tour de France winner Floyd Landis of the U.S. listens to a question during a news conference in Madrid July 28, 2006. Landis denied committing any doping offence in his first appearance 24 hours after news of his positive test from the race was made known. REUTERS/Paul Hanna (SPAIN) 
SPORTS LANDIS
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July 28, 2006 
Tour de France winner Floyd Landis of the U.S. sits after arriving at a news conference in Madrid. July... 
Madrid, Spain 
Tour de France winner Floyd Landis of the U.S. sits after arriving at a press conference in Madrid 
Tour de France winner Floyd Landis of the U.S. sits after arriving at a news conference in Madrid. July 28, 2006. Landis denied committing any doping offence in his first appearance 24 hours after news of his positive test from the race was made known. REUTERS/PAUL HANNA (SPAIN) 
SPORTS LANDIS
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July 28, 2006 
Tour de France winner Floyd Landis of the U.S. arrives at a news conference in Madrid July 28, 2006.... 
Madrid, Spain 
Tour de France winner Floyd Landis of the U.S. arrives at a news conference in Madrid 
Tour de France winner Floyd Landis of the U.S. arrives at a news conference in Madrid July 28, 2006. Landis denied committing any doping offence in his first appearance 24 hours after news of his positive test from the race was made known. REUTERS/ANDREA COMAS (SPAIN) 
SPORTS LANDIS
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July 28, 2006 
Tour de France winner Floyd Landis of the U.S. sits after arriving at a news conference in Madrid July... 
Madrid, Spain 
Tour de France winner Landis of the U.S. sits after arriving at a press conference in Madrid 
Tour de France winner Floyd Landis of the U.S. sits after arriving at a news conference in Madrid July 28, 2006. Landis denied committing any doping offence in his first appearance 24 hours after news of his positive test from the race was made known. REUTERS/PAUL HANNA (SPAIN) 
SPORT DOPING LANDIS
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July 27, 2006 
Ille Balears' team rider Oscar Pereiro, second in this year's Tour de France, smiles during a television... 
Vigo, Spain 
Ille Balears team rider Pereiro second in this year's Tour de France smiles during a television interview... 
Ille Balears' team rider Oscar Pereiro, second in this year's Tour de France, smiles during a television interview in Vigo, northern Spain, July 27, 2006. Tour de France winner Floyd Landis has tested positive for the male sex hormone testosterone, the U.S. rider's Phonak team said on Thursday, dealing a savage blow to cycling's most prestigious race. If Landis were disqualified, Pereiro would be declared the winner. REUTERS/Miguel Vidal (SPAIN) 
SPORT CYCLING
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July 27, 2006 
Ille Balears' team rider Oscar Pereiro, second in this year's Tour de France, smiles during a television... 
Vigo, Spain 
Ille Balears' team rider Pereiro, second in this year's Tour de France, smiles during a television interview... 
Ille Balears' team rider Oscar Pereiro, second in this year's Tour de France, smiles during a television interview in Vigo, northern Spain, July 27, 2006. Tour de France winner Floyd Landis has tested positive for the male sex hormone testosterone, the U.S. rider's Phonak team said on Thursday, dealing a savage blow to cycling's most prestigious race. If Landis were disqualified, Pereiro would be declared the winner. REUTERS/Miguel Vidal (SPAIN) 
SPORT CYCLING LANDIS
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July 27, 2006 
Ille Balears' team rider Oscar Pereiro, second in this year's Tour de France, smiles during a television... 
Vigo, Spain 
Ille Balears' team rider Pereiro, second in this year's Tour de France, smiles during a television interview... 
Ille Balears' team rider Oscar Pereiro, second in this year's Tour de France, smiles during a television interview in Vigo, northern Spain, July 27, 2006. Tour de France winner Floyd Landis has tested positive for the male sex hormone testosterone, the U.S. rider's Phonak team said on Thursday, dealing a savage blow to cycling's most prestigious race. If Landis were disqualified, Pereiro would be declared the winner. REUTERS/Miguel Vidal (SPAIN) 
SPORT DOPING LANDIS
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July 27, 2006 
Ille Balears' team rider Oscar Pereiro, second in this year's Tour de France, poses for photographers... 
Vigo, Spain 
Ille Balears team rider Pereiro poses for photographers in Vigo 
Ille Balears' team rider Oscar Pereiro, second in this year's Tour de France, poses for photographers in Vigo, northern Spain, July 27, 2006. Tour de France winner Floyd Landis has tested positive for the male sex hormone testosterone, the U.S. rider's Phonak team said on Thursday, dealing a savage blow to cycling's most prestigious race. If Landis were disqualified, Pereiro would be declared the winner. REUTERS/Miguel Vidal (SPAIN) 
SPORT DOPING LANDIS
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July 27, 2006 
Ille Balears' team rider Oscar Pereiro, second in this year's Tour de France, poses for photographers... 
Vigo, Spain 
Ille Balears team rider Pereiro poses for photographers in Vigo 
Ille Balears' team rider Oscar Pereiro, second in this year's Tour de France, poses for photographers in Vigo, northern Spain, July 27, 2006. Tour de France winner Floyd Landis has tested positive for the male sex hormone testosterone, the U.S. rider's Phonak team said on Thursday, dealing a savage blow to cycling's most prestigious race. If Landis were disqualified, Pereiro would be declared the winner. REUTERS/Miguel Vidal (SPAIN) 
SPORT DOPING LANDIS
RTR1FVQR 
July 27, 2006 
Ille Balears' team rider Oscar Pereiro, second in this year's Tour de France, poses for photographers... 
Vigo, Spain 
Ille Balears team rider Pereiro poses for photographers in Vigo 
Ille Balears' team rider Oscar Pereiro, second in this year's Tour de France, poses for photographers in Vigo, northern Spain, July 27, 2006. Tour de France winner Floyd Landis has tested positive for the male sex hormone testosterone, the U.S. rider's Phonak team said on Thursday, dealing a savage blow to cycling's most prestigious race. If Landis were disqualified, Pereiro would be declared the winner. REUTERS/Miguel Vidal (SPAIN) 
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