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22.10.2012Switzerland: UCI press Conference Lance Armstrong case *** ARCHIVE

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The UCI has announced today in Geneve that Lance Armstrong will be ripped of the 7 Tours de France.

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Eurovision


Geneva, Switzerland - 22 October 2012

The International Cycling Union (UCI) are expected to give their reaction on Monday to USADA's ruling that seven times Tour de France winner Lance Armstrong doped throughout his career.

The ruling will be announced during a news conference for 1100GMT in Geneva, Switzerland on Monday, which will either confirm Armstrong's life ban and strip him of his Tour titles or take the matter to the Court of Arbitration for Sport.

The UCI has not yet taken a decision on the 1,000 page USADA report into Armstrong, which alleges the now retired American rider had been involved in the "most sophisticated, professionalised and successful doping programme sport has ever seen".

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