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Lance Armstrong’s supporters are turning to Capitol Hill for help after the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency has launched its own investigation of the cycling champion.
Lance Armstrong’s attorney says the United States Anti-Doping Agency has granted Armstrong a 30-day extension to answer doping charges
The U.S. Anti-Doping Agency has issued lifetime sports bans to three former staff members and consultants for some of Lance Armstrong’s winning Tour de France teams.
The seven-time Tour de France champion sued USADA on Monday in an attempt to prevent it from moving forward with charges that he used performance-enhancing drugs throughout much of his career.
A director of Garmin-Sharp has denied that any of the cycling team’s riders have been banned for six months by the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency as part of its doping probe into seven-time Tour de France winner Lance Armstrong.
Friday was the deadline for the seven-time Tour de France winner to respond to USADA’s June 12 warning of pending charges.
Lance Armstrong is relieved the federal investigation into doping allegations against him has ended, and says he always stayed confident he would not be charged.
Federal prosecutors say they are closing a criminal investigation of Lance Armstrong and will not charge him over allegations the seven-time Tour de France winner used performance-enhancing drugs.
An Italian newspaper is reporting that Lance Armstrong made payments to an Italian physician banned for doping through a front company in Switzerland.
Prosecutors handling an investigation of doping allegations against Lance Armstrong have responded to complaints about leaks in the grand jury inquiry.
Lance Armstrong’s attorneys say illegal government leaks of grand jury information have sullied the cyclist’s reputation.
An attorney representing Tyler Hamilton said Tuesday he felt compelled to notify federal authorities about a brief conversation involving his client and fellow cyclist Lance Armstrong.