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USADA Report to Detail Armstrong Case

Organization expects to release it this week

The United States Anti-Doping Agency plans to release a report this week that presents the evidence and testimony against Lance Armstrong, who was banned for life from cycling after deciding not to fight doping accusations in August. The report is expected to include testimony from friends and former teammates, including George Hincapie, Tyler Hamilton, Levi Leiphemer, Chritian Vande Velde and Dave Zabriskie. In response to news of the release, Armstrong's camp released a statement saying that there would be nothing of interest in the report. “This is all the same, old, worn-out stuff that USADA and others have been peddling for years and that almost everyone has already made up their minds about,” said Mark Fabiani, Armstrong’s spokesman.

Via New York Times

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