Landis may not race again, but he's not done fighting
Two years, close to $4 million spent by both sides combined, and an unquantifiable amount of collateral damage later, Floyd Landis' doping case rolled across what is normally the administrative finish line on Monday. The Court of Arbitration for Sport released its ruling upholding a lower panel's opinion that Landis was guilty as charged of using synthetic testosterone to boost his performance in the 2006 Tour de France.
It wouldn't be accurate to say the result completely stunned Landis ...
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THE LANDIS CASE
After almost two years of controversy and court rooms, Floyd Landis' fight is over. The Court of Arbitration for Sport announced it upheld an arbitration panel's ruling that the cyclist used performance-enhancers during his 2006 Tour de France win.
CAS DECISION• Landis loses appeal to retain Tour title
THE APPEAL• Landis says he'll appeal to CAS
THE RULINGNEWS AND ANALYSIS
• Pereiro receives yellow jersey
• Armstrong blasts decision to ban Landis
• Landis says anti-doping system is corrupt, unfair
• Attorney says Landis' doping case discouraging
• Ford: Ruling still leaves many questions
• Landis banned two years, will lose Tour title
• What's your take on Landis?
MAY 2007 -- HEARING COVERAGEDay 10
• Testimony returns to science
• DeSimone: Landis grilled on final day
• Landis cross-examination centers on manager
• Landis defense disputes data
• Landis' ex-manager enters rehab
MORE• Hearing: Who was there, what roles they played
• Breaking down the doping tests