Tests showed presence of synthetic testosterone
Floyd Landis' "A" urine sample taken July 20 after his Stage 17 win at the Tour de France and tested at the Laboratoire National du Dépistage du Dopage (LNDD) at Chatenay-Malabry outside Paris showed an elevated testosterone-to-epitestosterone ratio in a test that measures the levels of two hormones naturally produced by the body.
Most people have a 1-to-1 ratio. The World Anti-Doping Agency code allows a ratio of up to 4-to-1. Landis' sample was said to have tested at 11-to-1.
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THE LANDIS HEARING
The U.S. Anti-Doping Agency presented its case against Tour de France winner Floyd Landis over nine days in Monday. Bonnie D. Ford gives you the ins and outs of the arbitration hearing.
• What it all means
CAST OF CHARACTERS
• Who was there, what roles they played
THE CASE VS. LANDIS
• Breaking down the doping tests
AN ATHLETE'S STORY
• Former track star Butch Reynolds knows Landis' plight