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  • 28 July 2006

    American cyclist Floyd Landis pleaded with fans and the sports world Thursday, asking for a chance to prove his innocence after disclosures of irregular drug test results en route to his dramatic triumph at the Tour de France.

  • 28 July 2006

    Cycling's drug cheats have beaten the system for years with blood doping, the endurance-booster EPO and the substance human growth hormone. And so it puzzled doping experts Thursday when they learned that Tour de France champion Floyd Landis had tested positive for illegally high levels of testosterone.