FROM Brendan Gallagher
Could Armstrong Doping Scandal Force Cycling to Clean Up? After years of rumors, reports and denials, the United States Anti-Doping Agency has released a 200-page report and thousands of pages of evidence against Lance Armstrong, who survived cancer to win the Tour de France more than anyone else in history. It paints an ugly picture of cheating, lying, bullying and conspiring with teammates and coaches to cover-up years of using dangerous drugs to become an international phenomenon. Armstrong retired last year and, in August, said he would not contest doping charges by the USADA. His agent said he had no comment to yesterday's announcement.
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