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File - In this November 24, 2011 file photo cyclist Alberto Contador, of Spain leaves after the last day of a hearing at the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) in Lausanne, Switzerland. Sport's highest court on Monday Feb. 6, 2012 has banned Contador for two years after finding the Spanish cyclist guilty of doping, a decision that will strip the 2010 Tour de France champion of his title.The Court of Arbitration for Sport has suspended Contador after rejecting his claim that his positive test for clenbuterol was caused by eating contaminated meat.Contador has continued racing since giving a positive control on a 2010 Tour rest day, and is expected to be stripped of all of his results over the past 17 months including winning the Giro d'Italia last season.(AP Photo/keystone/Jean-Christophe Bott, File)

Sports court strips Contador of 2010 Tour title

January 1, 1970

Alberto Contador was stripped of his 2010 Tour de France title Feb. 6 and banned for two years after sport's highest court found the Spanish cyclist guilty of doping.