USADA CEO Travis Tygart thought he'd seen it all. Until the Lance Armstrong case
THE CASE AGAINST THE U.S. POSTAL SERVICE [Lance Armstrong's former team] is very similar to every case we deal with. Athletes are tempted to cheat, and when they're caught many of them do everything possible to escape accountability.
The athlete's No. 1 play in the playbook is to 1) lie and 2) attack us and the process, all in an effort to divert attention away from the truth. [Track and field star] Marion Jones drafted that playbook and it's been handed down ...
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