If having a bunch of the big name cyclists ousted on the eve of the Tour de France wasn't enough, now there's even more doping controversy with one of Landis' drug tests showing elevated testosterone levels.
From the CBC article:
Tour de France winner Floyd Landis has tested positive for an elevated level of the male sex hormone testosterone, his Phonak team said Thursday.
Phonak was notified by the Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI) of an unusual level of testosterone-epitestosterone ratio in a doping test taken by Landis after the 17th stage of the race.
I'm not one to jump to conclusions about anything, so I'm eagerly awaiting news on the results of testing on the backup sample.