These are other "Americans" found guilty by those wicked Frenchmen. Listen to your posts, sour grapes all the way.
Canadian Dick Pound is in his sixth year as the chairman of the worldwide anti-doping agency, which was established by the International Olympic Committee in 1999 after a drug scandal shook the 1998 Tour de France.
2006: Tour de France winner Floyd Landis' team says he tested positive for high levels of testosterone after his Stage 17 win.
2006: Jan Ullrich, Ivan Basso and Francisco Mancebo withdraw from the Tour de France after they are named in a doping investigation in Spain.
2005: Spaniard Roberto Heras is banned for two years for testing positive for EPO in the Tour of Spain, which he won.
2004: Three riders are prevented from starting the Tour de France. Two others are kicked out of the race after doping investigations. Britain's David Millar later admits to taking the blood booster erythropoietin.
1998: Festina cycling team expelled in the first week of the Tour de France after a team car was found loaded with performance-enhancing drugs. Festina rider Richard Virenque of France is later banned for six months after admitting doping.
1982: The winner of the Tour of Spain, Spanish rider Angel Arroyo, is disqualified after testing positive for amphetamines.
1967: Briton Tommy Simpson dies on a hill climb during the Tour de France. A vial containing an amphetamine was found.