AUSTIN (AP) — Lance Armstrong is facing a Wednesday deadline to decide whether he will meet with U.S. Anti-Doping Agency officials and talk with them under oath about what he knows about performance-enhancing drug use in cycling.READ MORE: Grapevine Police Seek Armed Robber Who Hit Convenience Store On William D. Tate Avenue
The agency has said Armstrong’s cooperation in its cleanup effort is the only path open to Armstrong if his lifetime ban from sports is to be reduced.
Armstrong has given mixed signals about whether he plans to talk with USADA officials. Armstrong attorney Tim Herman previously suggested Armstrong would not meet with USADA before the agency’s original Feb. 6 deadline. The two sides then agreed to give Armstrong another two weeks to work out an interview with investigators.READ MORE: 'I Feel Like I'm Doing Something That Actually Matters' Says North Texas Mom Who Became Truck Driver Amid Nationwide Shortage
Armstrong previously denied using performance-enhancing drugs, but in January admitted doping to win seven Tour de France titles.
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