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On the Sidelines (Cycling: Armstrong) #760840

ABC Evening News for Saturday, Jul 24, 2004
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(Studio: Don Dahler) Report introduced.

(Paris: Jim Sciutto) The long shadow of controversy over cyclist Lance Armstrong's coming victory in the Tour de France examined; details given about drug testing in the sport & charges that Armstrong uses the performance booster EPO. [ARMSTRONG - comments on the control in cycling.] [On ESPN, American cyclist Greg LeMOND†- raises questions.] ["L.A. Confidential" co-author David WALSH†- talks about the corruption of the sport.] [ARMSTRONG - talks about his commitment.]

Reporter(s):
Dahler, Don;
Sciutto, Jim
Duration:
00:02:20

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