Armstrong’s reputation could take a dive

Sports Commentary

The yellow “Livestrong” wristbands are supposed to serve as a reminder there is hope in the fight against cancer and no one is ever alone in the battle. Survivors wear them. Friends, neighbors and relatives sport them to show unity.

But what happens if the person behind the magic isn’t so magical after all?

That question came up this week as people are talking and naming names, and that doesn’t appear to be a good thing for Lance Armstrong.

Last week one of Lance Armstrong’s former riding partners told the CBS television program “60 Minutes” that Armstrong used performance enhancing drugs during his cycling career.

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Armstrong quickly denied the claim and said ....


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