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30 November 2010

Clenbuterol is widespread in cycling

The use of the banned stimulant clenbuterol, which Tour de France champion Alberto Contador tested positive for is widespread in cycling, according to Floyd Landi,s.

The use of the banned muscle-building and weight-loss stimulant that Tour de France champion Alberto Contador tested positive for is widespread in cycling, according to disgraced American cyclist Floyd Landis.

"You don't know what risks people will take to win a race."

 
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