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Cycling / Armstrong / Doping #1029574

NBC Evening News for Friday, Aug 24, 2012
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(Washington: David Gregory) Report introduced.

(New York: Anne Thompson) USADA’s decision to strip cyclist Lance Armstrong of his Tour de France titles after he announced he will not fight charges that he used performance enhancing drugs featured; his statement quoted. [Armstrong’s attorney Robert LUSKIN†- comments on USADA’s fatwa.] [In May, ARMSTRONG – says these things suck the life out of you.] [Voice of USADA CEO Travis TYGART†- says the evidence was overwhelming.] [“Sports Illustrated” David EPSTEIN††- says USADA had blood tests indicative of blood manipulation.] [Lance Armstrong Foundation president Doug ULMAN†- comments on Armstrong’s legacy in the cancer community.]

Reporter(s):
Gregory, David;
Thompson, Anne
Duration:
00:02:30

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