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Sponsors Stand By Lance Armstrong Despite New Anti-Doping Agency Charges
Published June 15, 2012
SEE YOU IN COURT: Armstrong earlier this spring said that "he would not fight any more doping charges that cropped up against him because he was tired of it." But in N.Y., Juliet Macur writes it now "appears that he has changed his mind." One of Armstrong's lawyers, Robert Luskin, "sent a letter to the antidoping agency late Wednesday, aggressively questioning its evidence that Armstrong violated antidoping rules" (N.Y. TIMES, 6/15).