Suh, Jacobs in Paris to research Vinokourov's case
ANGOULEME, France -- Alexandre Vinokourov and his Astana team, forced out of the Tour de France after Vinokourov's initial positive test for a banned blood transfusion, have retained the two lawyers defending 2006 Tour de France winner Floyd Landis against doping charges.
Maurice Suh and Howard Jacobs arrived in Paris on Thursday to do preliminary research on Vinokourov's case, Suh told ESPN.com. He said the B sample analysis is currently ongoing at the Chatenay-Malabry laboratory in ...
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The 2007 Tour de France could not escape without being rocked by scandal. Several riders, including race leader Michael Rasmussen, have been ousted from cycling's premier event due to doping and suspicion. Here is ESPN.com's complete coverage:NEWS
• Rasmussen returns to cycling in Denmark
• Rabobank director resigns after ousting Rasmussen
• Expert: Documents show Contador doped
• Astana cycling won't race in August
• Sinkewitz fired by team after refusing test
• Report: Spanish rider Mayo tests positive for EPO
• Vinokourov fired by Astana after positive test
• Rasmussen denies he used doping
• Vinokourov's 'B' sample confirms blood doping
• Tour de France owner calls on UCI chief to resign
• Landis lawyers to defend Vinokourov, Astana team
• Rasmussen vows return to professional cycling
• Cyclist Wiggins says '07 Tour 'null and void'
• Officials question cycling's worth as Olympic sport
• Tour boss accuses UCI of violating anti-doping rule
• Team ousts race leader Rasmussen from Tour
• Moreni fails doping test; Vino says he's innocent
• Vinokourov tests positive for blood transfusion
• Teams undergo 'routine' customs checks
• Tour leader Rasmussen erred in testing rules
• Sinkewitz asks for B sample
• T-Mobile's Sinkewitz flunks doping test
• Tour leader, 24 others test negative
BONNIE DESIMONE'S TAKE
• Tour's openness its strength, downfall
• Vino news stuns cycling's 'Honest Guy'
• A failure to communicate
• Rasmussen drama creates more questions
• Officials can test blood, not cyclist's conscience BOBBY JULICH DIARY
• More testing, on and off the road
• Vinokourov news is hard for me to take
• More doping? I just don't get it
• If Rasmussen at fault, why is he at Tour? MORE ANALYSIS
• Kreidler: Are we really surprised?
• Caple: At least the scenery is still spectacular
• Timeline: Past Tour scandals SPORTSNATION
• Vote: Do you think cycling can be saved?
• ESPN.com Tour de France coverage