1. Exterior of the ASO building near Paris (Tour de France Organisers - Amaury Sports Organisation)
2. Various of map with Tour de France route
3. Set-up Christian Prudhomme talking in the ASO office
4. SOUNDBITE (French) Christian Prudhomme, Amaury Sports Organisation (ASO) Director:
"The statement now that there has been an abnormal result - before the second test we can't take it for granted even if it seems like that for some. It isn't. We need a second test. The first reaction is that it's of course disappointing that it involves the yellow jersey of the Tour and that I would see in this a positive aspect if I can say so and that is that the decisions we were aspiring to before the start of the Tour de France, this testing right now is that those who carry on cheating have really bad bad days ahead of them."
5. SOUNDBITE (French) Christian Prudhomme, Amaury Sports Organisation (ASO) Director:
" We never said it was over, we never said it was over, we said and repeated that it was a it was a struggle, we said we had won a battle, the Friday that precede the start of the Tour de France wasn't a black Friday but a Friday full of hope on the contrary because there was and I am convinced a global awareness that was starting to appear. That is all I can say if the results of the second testing confirm what is being said today."
6. Cutaway of a Sport Newspaper with an article titled " A positive case on the Tour"
7. SOUNDBITE (French) Christian Prudhomme, Amaury Sports Organisation (ASO) Director:
"The majority said that the tests were useless, that the world of cycling wasn't doing anything, anything, it's not true or it is no longer true. That is clear. Our determination is flawless and it's not the positive or negative second results that will change anything in our determination."
8. Cutaway of Landis on the cover of "Velo Magazine" - saying "The human face of the Tour: Floyd Landis"
9. SOUNDBITE (English) Voxpop:
"In the last twenty years every year we hear things about drugs in the cycling world that's not new and not really surprising. A bit disappointing but nothing really surprising."
10. SOUNDBITE (French) Voxpop:
"To climb the Alpes d'Huez mountain at 30km per hour you really must have something in your blood."
11. Wide of Paris street
FILE - Paris - 23 July 2006
12. Tour de France winner Floyd Landis walking onto podium
13. Various of Landis on podium
14. SOUNDBITE (English) Floyd Landis, Tour de France winner:
"To be honest I'm very tired right now but it feels quite good...I think I'll be happy about this for a long time."
Tour de France champion Floyd Landis tested positive for high levels of testosterone during the race, his Phonak team said on Thursday on its Web site.
The statement came after UCI, cycling's world governing body, said an unidentified rider had failed a drug test during the Tour.
It also came just four days after Landis stood on the victory podium on the Champs-Elysees in Paris.
The Swiss-based Phonak team said it was notified by the UCI on Wednesday that Landis' sample showed "an unusual level of testosterone/epitestosterone" when he was tested after stage 17 of the race last Thursday.
Christian Prudhomme, Director of Amaury Sports Organisation (ASO), the Tour de France organisers, said that a second test (a "B" sample) would be needed to be confirm the abnormal result.
But he added "the first reaction is that it's of course disappointing that it involves the yellow jersey of the Tour."
"Those who carry on cheating have really bad bad days ahead of them," he said.
Landis rode the Tour with a degenerative hip condition that he has said will require surgery in the coming weeks or months.
Phonak said Landis would ask for an analysis of his backup "B" sample.
Prudhomme said sanctions will come from the UCI, pending on the outcome of the second testing.
Reacting to Thursday's developments Parisians interviewed by AP Television said the news was not surprising
"To climb the Alpes d'Huez mountain at 30km per hour you really must have something in your blood," one person said.
"A bit disappointing but nothing really surprising," said another.
Seven riders, including pre-race favourites Jan Ullrich and Ivan Basso, were removed from the Tour on the eve of the race after being implicated in a major Spanish doping investigation.