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USADA finally names names Danielson is among the 11 to corroborate the results

The United States Anti-Doping Agency finally produced results from its damning investigation of seven-time Tour de France champion Lance Armstrong, and the document named 11 names – big names – in the sport of cycling, including Fort Lewis College alumnus Tom Danielson, who corroborated the USADA’s findings.
When cyclists such as Tyler Hamilton and Floyd Landis spoke out against Lance Armstrong, not many listened. But when George Hincapie filed his affidavit against Armstrong to the United State Anti-Doping Agency, people listened. “I was obligated to tell the truth about everything I knew,” said Hincapie, pictured at left. “So that is what I did.”
“It took tremendous courage for the riders on the (U.S. Postal Service) Team and others to come forward and speak truthfully,” USADA chief executive Travis Tygart said. “It is not easy to admit your mistakes and accept your punishment. But that is what these riders have done for the good of the sport.”

USADA finally names names Danielson is among the 11 to corroborate the results

The United States Anti-Doping Agency finally produced results from its damning investigation of seven-time Tour de France champion Lance Armstrong, and the document named 11 names – big names – in the sport of cycling, including Fort Lewis College alumnus Tom Danielson, who corroborated the USADA’s findings.
When cyclists such as Tyler Hamilton and Floyd Landis spoke out against Lance Armstrong, not many listened. But when George Hincapie filed his affidavit against Armstrong to the United State Anti-Doping Agency, people listened. “I was obligated to tell the truth about everything I knew,” said Hincapie, pictured at left. “So that is what I did.”
“It took tremendous courage for the riders on the (U.S. Postal Service) Team and others to come forward and speak truthfully,” USADA chief executive Travis Tygart said. “It is not easy to admit your mistakes and accept your punishment. But that is what these riders have done for the good of the sport.”
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