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Lance Armstrong Tries to Make Amends

In August 2014, Esquire magazine ran an article titled "Lance Armstrong in Purgatory." A year and a half earlier, a doping cheating scandal ended the career and the endorsements for the world's most successful cyclist. Esquire called Armstrong "the greatest cheater of all time" who "doped and bullied other bikers to dope and ...

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