Lance Armstrong subpoenas those who testified against him

Lance Armstrong's lawyers want those who testified against him in his doping case to appear in court as he fights $100m whistleblower lawsuit

Lance Armstrong meets the press
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Lance Armstrong said that he wants to "try and make it right", but is sending subpoenas to those who testified he doped to win seven Tour de France titles.

As part of his defence in a $95.7m (£63.2m) US Government whistleblower lawsuit, Armstrong has been sending out subpoenas to those that helped bring him down. The subpoenas demand testimonies, documents and sworn statements that were used against Armstrong in the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and US Anti-Doping Agency (USADA) cases.

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Gregor Brown

Gregor Brown is an experienced cycling journalist, based in Florence, Italy. He has covered races all over the world for over a decade - following the Giro, Tour de France, and every major race since 2006. His love of cycling began with freestyle and BMX, before the 1998 Tour de France led him to a deep appreciation of the road racing season.