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Floyd Landis charged with computer hacking by the French

2/15/10 in Cycling   |   100%InjuryRate   |   1283 respect

Remember when Floyd Landis won the 2006 Tour De France? Then it was found out that he tested positive for doping? Well, the French certainly do.

An international arrest warrant has been issued by a judge against Landis after French anti-doping authorities said Landis hacked into one of their laboratory computers back in 2006.

The hacking occurred at the Chatenay-Malabry lab in September 2006. The French anti-doping agency claims Landis presented documents during his appeal process that were illegally taken from the lab's computers.

Why this is all coming out now is anyone's guess, but either way, it's hilarious that a former disgraced winner of the Tour de France is hacking into lab computers in his spare time. 
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