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Monday, July 09, 2012
 
Lance Armstrong's (Quixotic?) attempt to take on the US Anti Doping Agency

Lance Armstrong came out swinging today with a historic lawsuit against the USADA, which has charged him with doping. The suit was dismissed (without prejudice) by a federal judge within hours as an attempt to stir popular opinion. Expect Armstrong to refile the lawsuit soon.

Here's my take for Sports Illustrated on Armstrong's chances and strategy.





1 Comments:

What effect do you think the Supreme Court's ruling in SF Arts & Athletics v. USOC will have on any attempt by Armstrong to argue that USADA is a state actor? The Supreme Court held that the USOC is not a state actor; so, if the USOC created USADA, it would seem that Armstrong will have a tough time claiming that USADA is a state actor.

Blogger Tim Cedrone -- 7/09/2012 8:28 PM  


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