New evidence in Armstrong doping case

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Federal prosecutors are obtaining more evidence in their doping investigation linked to seven-time Tour de France winner, American Lance Armstrong. This week, they have received an offer from the Tour de France anti-doping agency to co-operate and telephone recordings from American Greg LeMond.

According to the LA Times, prosecutors received a telephone conversation secretly recorded by former Tour de France winner LeMond six years ago, in July 2004. During the conversation, LeMond talks with Armstrong's liaison to eyewear company Oakley, Stephanie McIlvain, who said she was present in 1996 when Armstrong told his cancer doctors he doped.

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