Lance Armstrong steps down as Livestrong chairman

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LOS ANGELES, CA – It has been a rough few weeks for Lance Armstrong. The U.S. Anti-Doping Agency has said there is overwhelming evidence that the seven time Tour de France winner used performance enhancing drugs.

On the heels of that, Armstrong has stepped down as the chair of his charitable foundation Livestrong and Nike has dropped their endorsement.

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