Lance Armstrong denies charges

Lance Armstrong denies charges

The U.S. Anti-Doping Agency has notified former cyclist Lance Armstrong that it intends to file doping charges that could strip him of all seven Tour de France titles.
Armstrong received the letter Tuesday. It said the USADA intends to file charges that he possessed and used testosterone and blood-doping products while a member of the U.S. Postal racing team, beginning in 1998.

USADA Letter to Lance Armstrong

ArmstrongUSADA’s letter to Lance Armstrong, obtained independently by ESPN.com’s Bonnie Ford, alleges that the former Tour de France winner used testosterone and blood-doping products while a member of the U.S. Postal racing team. Read the letter here.

The Washington Post first reported the letter of notice Wednesday afternoon.
Under USADA procedures, Armstrong has 10 days to respond to the charges, after which an independent anti-doping review panel would look at the USADA evidence and decide whether formally to charge Armstrong with doping. 
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