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Editorial: Armstrong off the podium

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Say it ain’t so, Lance. In fact, the world’s most famous bicycle racer has said that many times about allegations he took performance-enhancing drugs and otherwise cheated during his storied career, which included an incredible seven straight top finishes in the Tour de France. “Incredible” appears to be the appropriate word here, literally, both for Armstrong’s championships and his claims of innocence. Although he still hasn’t admitted to cheating, he has decided to stop fighting ...


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RKrough
August 26, 2012
1:27 p.m.

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Perhaps you should read deeper than the headline off the wire.

USADA is setup so that one man (Travis Tygart) is investigator, prosecutor, judge and jury. I'm don't know whether Armstrong is guilty or innocent but the man deserves a fair hearing,not a kangaroo court of coerced witnesses.

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