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  1. Cycling: Lance Armstrong's lawyers say sponsor cashed inRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 21 | The New Zealand Herald

    Lance Armstrong's lawyers believe they have proof US Postal Service staff had long been aware of large-scale doping in cycling. Photo / AP Lance Armstrong's legal team argued yesterday that his Tour de France victories were worth far more to sponsor US Postal Service than they were to him as it detailed part of his defence against a fraud lawsuit filed by the federal government.

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  2. Lance Armstrong: Postal Service deal worth more to fedsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 19 | USA Today

    Lance Armstrong's legal team argued Tuesday that his Tour de France victories were worth far more to sponsor U.S. Postal Service than they were to him as it detailed part of his defense against a fraud lawsuit filed by the federal government. Lance Armstrong: Postal Service deal worth more to feds Lance Armstrong's legal team argued Tuesday that his Tour de France victories were worth far more to sponsor U.S. Postal Service than they were to him as it detailed part of his defense against a fraud lawsuit filed by the federal government.

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  3. Lance Armstrong Fights Ex-Teammate Over Documents in Fraud CaseRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 14 | Law.com

    Lance Armstrong is feuding with his former teammate-turned-enemy Floyd Landis over which documents they should have to turn over in the fraud case against Armstrong.

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  4. Lance: Armstrong: Postal Service deal worth more to fedsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 20 | The New Zealand Herald

    " Lance Armstrong's legal team argued Tuesday that his Tour de France victories were worth far more to sponsor U.S. Postal Service than they were to him as it detailed part of his defense against a fraud lawsuit filed by the federal government. In documents filed in federal court, Armstrong's lawyers said the Postal Service's own reviews of its contracts estimated their value at up to $140 million in global exposure in the form of public relations, revenue and product sales.

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  5. Lance Armstrong tries to relax in Texas during $100m doping suitRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 20 | Daily Mail

    Lance Armstrong and girlfriend take break from scandal on boat trip with his five kids: Feds say disgraced sportsman is still lying in $100million doping suit and she has covered up for him The disgraced former cyclist went out on Lake Austin in Texas with his longtime girlfriend Anna Hansen and his five kids on Sunday The family trip comes just two days after feds tried to subpoena Hansen to speak about her boyfriend in the midst of a $100million lawsuit The U.S. Postal service is currently suing Armstrong, claiming his doping was a form of fraud, since they sponsored his Tour de France team Lance Armstrong took his girlfriend and children out for a boat ride this weekend, perhaps trying to blow off steam as he continues to fight a $100million lawsuit launched by the U.S. Postal Service.

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  6. Armstrong and Landis File Papers On Each OtherRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 15 | JD Journal

    Summary : Another dispute between Lance Armstrong and his former teammate Floyd Landis over not producing documents that the other wants adds to the already messy case. The latest legal issue in the Lance Armstrong debacle involves his former team Floyd Landis.

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  7. Ian Boswell, center, celebrates victory at the Nevada City Classic in 2011.Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday May 9 | The Union

    The 24-year-old Bend, Oregon, native, who is listed among the top contenders in the 2015 Amgen Tour of California, is no newcomer to Nevada City, as he is among just a handful of cyclists who have won the Nevada City Classic race multiple times. Boswell blazed his way down Broad Street for back-to-back Nevada City Classic titles, winning the 50th Classic in 2010 and repeating the feat in 2011.

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  8. Armstrong's girlfriend target of US subpoenaRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 30 | Cycling News

    The government wants to question Lance Armstrong's domestic partner as part of its civil case against the disgraced cyclist , according to a report in USA Today . Anna Hansen, the target of the subpoena, is the mother of Armstrong's two youngest children.

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  9. Feds want to question Lance Armstrong's domestic partner in fraud caseRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 29 | KARE-TV Minneapolis

    Lance Armstrong's epic fight against the U.S. government is now encroaching into his family life, according to documents his attorneys filed Wednesday in federal court. Feds want to question his domestic partner, Anna Hansen.

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  10. Lance Armstrong's girlfriend may have to go under oathRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 21, 2015 | New York Daily News

    Lawyers for Lance Armstrong are fighting a Justice Department effort to put the disgraced cyclist's girlfriend, Anna Hansen, under oath for an interview about Armstrong's doping and its cover-up. Armstrong's attorneys say the deposition is intended to harass Armstrong and have asked a federal judge to quash it.

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  11. Feds want to question Armstrong's domestic partnerRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 29 | USA Today

    Lance Armstrong's epic fight against the U.S. government is now encroaching into his family life, according to documents his attorneys filed Wednesday in federal court. Feds want to question his domestic partner, Anna Hansen.

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  12. Verbruggen rejects Cookson's call to step down as UCI honorary presidentRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 20, 2015 | Cycling News

    Hein Verbruggen has dismissed UCI President Brian Cookson's call for him to resign his title of honorary president in a long letter to members of the UCI's Management Committee and said that he is "proud" of the legal action he took against Floyd Landis, Paul Kimmage and others who have spoken on the issue of doping in cycling. Following the publication of the Cycling Independent Reform Commission report last month , which highlighted "numerous examples that prove Lance Armstrong benefited from a preferential status" during Verbruggen's time at the head of the UCI, Cookson wrote to Verbruggen to ask him to step down from his role as honorary president.

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  13. Hamilton reveals he met with Armstrong at recent whistleblower suit hearingRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 15, 2015 | Cycling News

    Former Phonak rider Tyler Hamilton en route to winning the eighth stage of the Vuelta a Espana. Two days later, on September 13, the American returned positive for homologous blood transfusion.

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  14. Cycling: Hamilton jokes with Armstrong in 'strange' meetingRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 13, 2015 | The New Zealand Herald

    Hamilton, in Auckland to speak at a Sport New Zealand conference, told the Herald it was the first time they had seen each other since a testy chance encounter at a restaurant in 2011 that gave rise to FBI investigations of possible witness tampering. That encounter came a few weeks after Hamilton, who helped Armstrong to three of seven Tour de France wins, had admitted doping and given testimony about Armstrong.

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  15. Anatomy of the First Public International Sports Arbitration and the...Read the original story

    Apr 12, 2015 | CiteULike

    Mere weeks after American professional cyclist Floyd Landis seemingly won the 2006 Tour de France, the United States Anti-Doping Association , under the authority granted to it by the U.S. Congress, and through its enforcement of the World Anti-Doping Code , accused him of having committed doping violations during the race. Landis vehemently denied these allegations, and accused the French laboratory that had performed the testing of his post-race samples, the Laboratoire National du Depistage du Dopage , of bias and misconduct in his case.

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  16. Stapleton-Knaggs settlement rejected in Landis and Armstrong caseRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 10, 2015 | Cycling News

    A judge has upheld the US government's rejection of a proposed settlement for Bob Stapleton and Barton Knaggs in the Floyd Landis / Lance Armstrong "qui tam" lawsuit. The suit, which was filed in 2010, accuses Armstrong of defrauding the US government when the former seven-time Tour de France winner was riding for the US Postal Service.

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  17. Floyd Landis sued Lance Armstrong, Bill Stapleton,Read the original story w/Photo

    Apr 9, 2015 | Rochester Democrat and Chronicle

    A federal judge has denied a request by two of Lance Armstrong's longtime business associates to let them settle their way out of a fraud lawsuit filed against the disgraced cyclist. Judge denies settlement in Lance Armstrong case A federal judge has denied a request by two of Lance Armstrong's longtime business associates to let them settle their way out of a fraud lawsuit filed against the disgraced cyclist.

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  18. U.S. government blocks Armstrong-Landis settlementRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 9, 2015 | Velonews

    The U.S. government has successfully blocked Floyd Landis' proposed settlement with associates of feuding former teammate Lance Armstrong; a federal judge nixed the $600,000 deal on Thursday. U.S. District Judge Christopher R. Cooper acknowledged that it "might seem unfair" for the government to force Landis to continue litigation against William Stapleton, Armstrong's former agent and president of Capital Sports and Entertainment Holdings, Inc., and CSE vice president Barton Knaggs, since the government was not part of the court action against them.

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  19. Settlement on hold for Lance Armstrong's agentsRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 8, 2015 | New York Daily News

    Floyd Landis has reached a settlement with Lance Armstrong's agents in his suit against the disgraced cyclist, but a federal judge has refused to approve it until the Justice Department signs off on it. Two of Lance Armstrong's longtime agents will remain trapped in the disgraced cyclist's expensive legal nightmare for the foreseeable future following a federal judge's ruling on Thursday.

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  20. U.S. Tanks Settlement in Floyd Landis LawsuitRead the original story

    Apr 9, 2015 | Courthouse News Service

    Cyclist Floyd Landis needs Uncle Sam's permission to settle claims against former teammate Lance Armstrong's agent and business partner, a federal judge ruled. The winner of the 2006 Tour de France, Landis was stripped of his victory and banned from cycling for two years after he tested positive for banned substances.

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