Austin, TX (PRWEB) June 15, 2012
Seventh-time Tour de Fance champion Lance Armstrong was charged again of doping by the US Anti-Doping Agency, a report from cnn.com said. The fresh allegation immediately rendered Armstrong ineligible to compete in WTC-owned and licensed races. This left his fans heavily disappointed, said GreenBeanBuddy.com.
Armstrong was scheduled to race in Ironman France on June 24, related an article from latimes.com. His fans were also anticipating him to compete in the Ironman Championship in Hawaii on October 13, said a separate post. However, until he's cleared with the fresh doping charge, he can't compete in the said two racing events, the post added.
As he did in the past, the 41-year-old triathlete denied the doping allegation, the report from cnn said. According to him, for 25 years he competed with no spike in performance and never failed a drug a test, the report related.
Here's an excerpt from the post Lance Armstrong Charged Again of Doping by GreenBeanBuddy.com.
“Lance Armstrong was set to run on Ironman France on June 24 and Ironman World Championship in Hawaii on October 13. However, at this point, no one can really say if he will still compete on those two events. The reason is the new doping allegation charged against him by the US Anti-Doping Agency.
Last February, Justice Department prosecutors closed a two-year investigation against Armstrong due to lack of evidence. The allegation back then is similar with the recent one – use of performance-enhancing drugs.”
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With seven Tour de France titles, Lance Armstrong has built a commendable name for himself as an athlete, commented entertainment and sports news website GreenBeanBuddy.com. However, the recent doping allegation of him doping can keep him from dominating the sports he adopted after cycling, it added. And for that, his fans are crushed, the site said.
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