Case closed: Lance Armstrong settles federal lawsuit for $5M

Supported by Lance Armstrong will pay $5 million to settle a lawsuit with the U.S. Department of Justice claiming that he defrauded the federal government by using performance-enhancing drugs as a member of the United States Postal Service cycling team, the New York Times reported Thursday. The settlement ends years of legal disputes between Armstrong and the … The post Case closed: Lance Armstrong settles federal lawsuit for $5M appeared first on CyclingTips .

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