2006 Tour de France
The 2006 Tour de France event was the 93rd held. The 2006 staging of this major cycling event started from Strasbourg, and finished in Paris 3639km later.
- The winner of the green sprinter's jersey was Australian Robbie McEwan
- The rider awarded with the win in this year's event was American Floyd Landis, though days later he was rubbed out due to high levels of testosterone found in his urine after one of his stage wins. This was the second time ever that the event winner was subsequently disqualified, the first time this happened was in 1904. (see more Tour Trivia). Second place getter Oscar Pereiro of Spain was elevated to first place.
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