Armstrong facing big financial hit over doping ban
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Armstrong facing big financial hit over doping ban

Paris : TX : USA | Oct 23, 2012 at 5:26 AM PDT
Source: Inquirer.net
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World cycling's decision to strip Armstrong of his record seven Tour de France wins could cost the shamed US rider millions. Lance Armstrong of his record seven Tour de France wins could cost the shamed US rider millions, amid calls for tougher action to restore the sport's shattered image.... FULL ARTICLE AT Inquirer.net
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