Lance Armstrong could still be punished by anti-doping Agency


The seven-times Tour de France champion Lance Armstrong could be punished by the French anti-doping agency AFLD for what it claims is a violation of its rules.

French doctors say they tested Armstrong’s hair, urine and blood in a test on 17 March. They say they found no traces of drugs during these tests. However, the agency said in a statement this morning that a doctor charged with testing Armstrong last month claimed the 37-year-old “did not respect the obligation to remain under the direct and permanent observation” of the tester.

Lance Armstrong could face punishment by French anti-doping agency


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