PARIS : Five-time Tour de France winner Lance Armstrong could see his plans for a record sixth victory next month disrupted by the fall-out from a
potentially damaging book which alleges the American has been involved in doping since recovering from cancer in 1998.
Entitled "L.A. Confidential - The secrets of Lance Armstrong" and co-written by award-winning Sunday Times journalist David Walsh and Pierre
Ballester, a cycling specialist formerly with L'Equipe, the soon-to-be-published book contains allegations which appear in this week's L'Express, a
The 33-year-old Armstrong, an icon to millions of people around the world since recovering from cancer in 1998, continues to strenuously deny that he
has ever taken performance enhancing drugs.
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