by Mike Masnick
Mon, Feb 15th 2010 4:31pm
Apparently, a French court has issued an arrest warrant for cyclist Floyd Landis, who won the 2006 Tour de France, but then had the award stripped after he tested positive for abnormally high levels of testosterone, implying some kind of doping. Now, we've argued in the past that the line between drugs and other forms of performance enhancement is pretty blurry at times, but if you're caught breaking the rules, hacking into the computers of the lab holding your test results in an attempt to discredit them certainly doesn't look particularly sporting.
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