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Cycling is on the edge of implosion following Saturday's confirmation that Tour de France champion Floyd Landis tested for illegally high levels of testosterone.
Reports that the testosterone might be of synthetic origin is only pouring more gas on the conflagration of doping scandals that threatens to overwhelm one of sports' oldest and most colorful events.
Landis could become the first Tour winner to have his title stripped due to a doping offense, a worst-case scenario ...
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• Pound backs French lab's credibility in Landis case
• Landis camp cries foul over latest test report
• Landis effect blamed for race cancellation
• Landis to compete at Teva Mountain Games
• French lab begins retesting 'B' sample
• Report: Protocol lapse jeopardizes case
• Landis to release 'Positively False'
• Landis won't race in France in '07
• Landis slams WADA's Pound
• Cyclist acquitted due to errors by lab
• French doping lab tightens security
• Online defense argues lab made mistakes
• Landis has hip surgery
• Landis' former team Phonak shuts down
• Armstrong: Landis said too much
• Landis' 'B' sample tests positive
• DeSimone: Panel permits retests
• Kreidler: Excuses at elevated levels
• Keown: Signs were there
• DeSimone: Dopey statements
• Thompson: Landis denies cheating
• Forde: What's left for fans?