“A Massive Fraud Now More Fully Exposed”

Alexander Wolff and David Epstein Detail Lance Armstrong’s Misdeeds

For years, as he became the most dominant cyclist in history, Lance Armstrong vehemently denied doping. Recently, the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency pulled the last thread from the fiction that Armstrong had painstakingly woven: That he had been the lone clean champion during cycling’s most corrupt era. Sports Illustrated senior writers Alexander Wolff and David Epstein have compiled some of Armstrong’s most strident assertions, annotated with that he took performance-enhancing drugs, pressured his teammates to do so and bullied anyone who opposed him. (page 40)

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