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Armstrong No Reason to Quit Drug Fight

AP

As sure as your legs will give out while pedaling up the Alps, exasperation is setting in on the PED front.

It’s due to Lance Armstrong, of course. His legs never gave out, and now we know why. Armstrong’s confession that he took performance-enhancing drugs has caused quite a reaction.

That inevitably leads to an overreaction. One is that Lance-gate is clinching proof we should just allow PEDs. Another group says it proves Read Full Article »

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