Lance Armstrong Charged With Doping

    WASHINGTON, DC - MARCH 24:  LIVESTRONG Founder and Chairman and seven-time Tour de France champion Lance Armstrong (L) and cancer survivor Tracy Elliman (R) of Kennett Square, Pennsylvania, listen during a news conference at the National Press Club March 24, 2011 in Washington, DC. American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network held a news conference to call on the Congress to oppose proposed cuts to cancer research and prevention programs.  (Photo by Alex Wong/Getty Images) *** Local Caption *** Lance Armstrong;Tracy Elliman

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    The U.S. Anti-Doping Agency has filed charges against cyclist Lance Armstrong, alleging that he had used performance enhancing drugs. If found to be true, the seven-time Tour de France winner could lose some or all of his titles and face a lifetime ban from the race. USADA says that it has blood-test results and teammate testimonies to prove their case. Armstrong will have 10 days to contest the charges, which his attorney calls “wrong” and “baseless.”

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