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Volume: 11 Issue: 1
(January 2013)

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Doping: The thinking behind USADA’s ‘reasoned decision’: analysis

When Lance Armstrong decided last year not to contest the United States Anti-Doping Agency’s evidence alleging 14 years of doping, it came as a shock to the anti-doping community. Kris Lines and Jon Heshka highlight that although Armstrong has ‘confessed’, there are aspects of USADA’s evidence that could become an issue should companies seek damages from Armstrong.

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