Lance's doctor denies charges
AUSTIN, Texas -- The Italian doctor accused of helping riders on Lance Armstrong's winning Tour de France teams take performance-enhancing drugs denies the charges that resulted in his ban from sports.
Dr. Michele Ferrari said Thursday he never saw doping on Armstrong's teams and only helped riders develop training routines. Armstrong has repeatedly said he's innocent of doping.
Ferrari says he wasn't formally notified of the charges by the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency and learned of Tuesday's ...
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