Doping - Perk Pressure Based Judgment?

by Hal Mooz 29. October 2012 09:15

Armstrong doping fallout continues

A Dallas promotions company that paid Lance Armstrong more than $7 million in bonuses for winning the Tour de France is demanding he return the money. The company paid Armstrong about $7 million for winning his sixth tour in 2004 and reportedly paid up to $12 million total. The company paid Armstrong about $7 million for winning his sixth tour in 2004 and reportedly paid up to $12 million total. The US Anti-Doping Agency recently reported extensive evidence that Armstrong used performance-enhancing drugs during all seven of his tour victories. The International Cycling Union, the sport's governing body, on Monday accepted sanctions that included banning Armstrong from the sport for life and stripping him of his tour wins. Armstrong's attorneys have said he has no intention of paying. They note that SCA entered a voluntary settlement to pay Armstrong, which included a no-appeal clause. Armstrong's attorneys say Texas law won't allow SCA to try to reopen a voluntary settlement.

http://msn.foxsports.com/cycling/story/dallas-promoter-demands-refund-from-lance-armstrong-102612

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