Armstrong: Coach will decide leader of Astana
LAS VEGAS -- The anti-doping expert charged with monitoring Lance Armstrong said Thursday he would test the seven-time Tour de France winner for "everything" and keep frozen samples of Armstrong's blood to be analyzed in the future.
Don Catlin, who ran the first anti-doping lab in the United States at UCLA for 25 years, said testing details, including costs, still must be worked out with Astana, the Kazakhstan-based team that will pay for it.
But he expressed confidence the program ...
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