Report: Armstrong May Admit to Doping

    Lance Armstrong, chairman and founder at LIVESTRONG, speaks about Survivorship: changing the way the world fights cancer, during the World Cancer Congress, held August 29 2012 in Montreal, Quebec. The  event held every two years, represents a unique  platform for the international cancer control community to meet, discuss, share, learn and connect in order to find solutions to reduce the impact of cancer on communities around the world. AFP PHOTO / ROGERIO BARBOSA        (Photo credit should read ROGERIO BARBOSA/AFP/GettyImages)

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    The fallen cycling star may be changing his tune. Lance Armstrong is reportedly considering admitting to doping charges in order to be able to compete again, sources tell The New York Times. After being stripped of his seven Tour de France titles on doping charges, Armstrong has officially cut all ties with Livestrong, the charity he founded 15 years ago while battling testicular cancer. But Armstrong's lawyer is denying the report, for now anyway. Tim Herman, Armstrong’s longtime lawyer, said: “I do not know about that. I suppose anything is possible, for sure. Right now, that’s really not on the table.”

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