Armstrong marches on the day after report
Lance Armstrong tried to treat it like any other day.
The world-renowned cyclist was at the office of his cancer-fighting foundation, "talking about next week's events and plans for 2013," he said on Twitter.
But Thursday was different. It was the day after the evidence came out -- a voluminous report from the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency that painted him as a drug-using bully at the center of what the group called the biggest doping conspiracy ever concocted in sports.
The fallout ...
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