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Floyd Landis, pro cyclist who admitted to doping, now selling high-grade weed

Jason Blevins
The Denver Post

LEADVILLE, CO - AUGUST 13: Floyd Landis poses for a portrait in front of his office for Floyd's of Leadville on August 13, 2016, in Leadville, Colorado. (Photo by Daniel Petty/The Denver Post)

LEADVILLE — Floyd Landis' perfect life began to unravel within days of winning the Tour de France a decade ago last month. He tested positive for performance-enhancing drugs. Like every other racer caught doping, he denied it and then launched several years of expensive and, yet, fruitless litigation.

The scrutiny weighed heavy as he was ostracized from his tribe for following, as it turned out, the well-worn doping path.

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