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"Most Interesting Athlete of the Decade" - Sports Illustraded

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Good piece,worth a read, quite balanced.

Typical reaction from the same bunch of haterboys here as usual,I hope for their sake they've discovered copy and paste for writing the same thing time and time again rather than straining their fingers(and Wrists) in yet another round of the same very old anti LA frenzy. :D :rolleyes: :eek: ;)
 
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progressor said:
Good piece,worth a read, quite balanced.

Typical reaction from the same bunch of haterboys here as usual,I hope for their sake they've discovered copy and paste for writing the same thing time and time again rather than straining their fingers(and Wrists) in yet another round of the same very old anti LA frenzy. :D :rolleyes: :eek: ;)

I think we can all agree that you are the master of Ctrl+C Ctrl+P.
 
I will believe the Lance doping argument when his Livestrong Foundation endorces a teapot...

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Have to wonder how Austin Murphy will feel about getting his foot out of his mouth as this new Astana doping investigation continues.

Otherwise, agree with BikeCentric. There's nothing new here, nothing insightful about the sport. Just more about Lance, Lance, Lance.
 

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Austin Murphy, SI.com, may have spelled "EDDY's" name wrong,
but otherwise an excellently written article by a SportsWriter!:

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I especially loved this bs.

The French finally warmed to him last July, appreciating the fact that, at long last, he showed human weakness. Nor did it hurt, in their eyes, that in the months leading up to the race, Armstrong was drug-tested with almost comical frequency by an alphabet soup of governing bodies. It can be said with conviction: He raced the '09 Tour clean.:confused: