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    Lance Armstrong faces legal action over $7.5m Tour de France bonus

  • Tien Hoang

    Lance Armstrong's crisis PR is best-case scenario

  • Andrew Davis

    During the first part of his interview with Oprah Winfrey on Thursday night, disgraced cycling champion Lance Armstrong did little to impress executives at two of the world’s largest anti-doping agencies. In the interview, Lance Armstrong admitted to using performance enhancing drugs, lying about them, and bullying his accusers.

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