Armstrong Still Willing to Help USADA

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Lance Armstrong plans to cooperate with anti-doping officials to help clean up the sport of cycling but still has issues with U.S. Anti-Doping Agency chief Travis Tygart, Armstrong attorney Tim Herman wrote in a letter sent Friday.

Tygart recently taped an interview with "60 Minutes" in which he accused Armstrong of lying during his televised confession last week with talk-show host Opray Winfrey. The "60 Minutes" interview is scheduled to air Sunday on CBS.

"Lance's commitment to the truth and reconciliation process is firm, despite the attempt at piling on through more appearances by Mr. Tygart on '60 Minutes,'" Herman wrote in a letter addressed to USADA attorney Bill Bock.

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