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NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Oct 10, 2012
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(Washington: Lisa Meyers) The USADA report outlining the evidence in the doping case against champion cyclist Lance Armstrong examined; scenes shown of him competing in unsanctioned triathlons recently; testimony from Armstrong’s former teammates, including George Hincapie† and Christian Vande Velde†, quoted. [USADA CEO Travis TYGART††- says the US Postal Service team ran a sophisticated drug program.] [“Sports Illustrated” David EPSTEIN†- says it’s the most extensive evidentiary report in a doping investigation he’s seen.] [Armstrong’s attorney Tim HERMAN†- says everybody knows he won because he was the best.] The increased donations to Armstrong’s Livestrong cancer foundation noted.

Williams, Brian;
Meyers, Lisa

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