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Everyone hates Lance Armstrong. If you want to pile on the guy, the timing has never been better. And that’s good news for the U.S. Department of Justice, which today joined a suit against Armstrong originally filed by former teammate Floyd Landis, alleging Armstrong defrauded the government through leading a doping program among U.S. cyclists. But is the government’s involvement a good thing?
The International Cycling Federation President thinks Lance Armstrong “deserves to be forgotten.” Is that too extreme? More, after the jump.
Guilty Until Proven Innocent: Why Tour De France Winner Bradley Wiggins Has Already Claimed He’s Clean
Although the English are focused on the upcoming Summer Olympics kicking off this Saturday, one of their countrymen, Bradley Wiggins, is just a few days removed from winning the Tour De France. He’s already written an impassioned defense of this year’s (supposedly) clean riding, and the fact the Op-Ed even exists symbolizes the extent of the Tour’s painful past.
A little cloak-and-dagger secrecy from the world of cycling. What else is new?