LeMond questions Armstrong's associations
A decade before the emergence of Lance Armstrong, Greg LeMond rose to prominence as America's first mainstream cyclist.
LeMond burst onto the national scene with his victory at the Tour de France in 1986, becoming the first American to win cycling's most prestigious event. Almost killed in a hunting accident a year later, LeMond recovered to return to cycling and, in 1989, grabbed the Tour de France's most dramatic win, when he used a blistering final-day ride to overtake France's Laurent ...
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