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  1. Lance Armstrong Asks: So Who Won If I Didn’t?

    The disgraced cyclist is wondering who won seven years of the Tour de France now that his titles have been stripped. He says it’s “disrespectful” to leave those champion slots empty. Armstrong still feels that he won and thinks that the sport should ask his fellow cyclists for their opinions. And since he insists almost everyone was doping, he is convinced that diet, strategy and training took the competition “to the next level.” But sports officials don’t agree. The U.S. Anti-Doping Agency just banned Armstrong’s former manager from the sport for 10 years.

    Sources: OutsideThe Guardian

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