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- From seven-time Tour de France cycling champion Lance Armstrong, who faces a fresh round of doping allegations from the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency.
Interestingly, Armstrong retired from cycling last year, but if found guilty, he could be stripped of all his previous cycling victories. The USADA accusations also prohibit Armstrong from participating in triathlons, a sport in which he currently competes.
Armstrong continues to declare his total innocence, claiming the USADA is pursuing him vengefully and spitefully.
I don't know what to believe, but I will say if you've been chasing someone for the better part of a decade (no cycling pun intended) and you haven't caught him yet, and federal prosecutors ended their two-year inquiry in February, and the guy has already retired from your sport, and there's no homicide involved...you might want to think about investing your resources in something else.