Armstrong on Ullrich’s downward spiral: ‘I’ll do anything in my power to help’

Supported by In an email conversation with CyclingTips, Lance Armstrong described former Tour de France rival Jan Ullrich as “an important person in my life,” and wrote that he would do “anything in my power” to help the German through his recent legal and substance issues. Ullrich has been arrested twice in the past two weeks, both … The post Armstrong on Ullrich’s downward spiral: ‘I’ll do anything in my power to help’ appeared first on CyclingTips .

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