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11D, called Armstrong's post about her separation solely to mock Internet celebrities , were upset by Armstrong's separation.
I was told this... by Lance." obtained a letter from USADA in which the Swiss lab that tested Armstrong at the 2001 Tour de Suisse labelled Armstrong's sample "suspicious" and "consistent with EPO use".
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But Armstrong's still doing a lot of work, he said.
Armstrong's career began in earnest in 1922, when he moved to Chicago to play with his New Orleans mentor, King Oliver.
Armstrong's public schedule and his visibility as an endorser have been topics of conversation in and out of cycling in recent months as he faces a public relations challenge and a potential legal fight.
Since his death, though—thanks to informed commentary and a few fine biographies, not to mention the enduring value of his music—Armstrong's reputation has grown and grown.
Satchmo in Prose Satchmo by Gary Giddins (1988) This absorbing biographical essay broke the 87-year-old news of Armstrong's true birthday (August 4, 1901) with a reproduction of his baptismal registration (in Latin, no less) from a New Orleans Catholic church.
And yet, as Mr. Riccardi reminds us, Armstrong's latter-day career highlights are extraordinary.
Other matters, though, marred Armstrong's reputation, at least in America.
Drawing on Armstrong's own words, acknowledging the efforts of earlier writers and incorporating original research, Mr. Teachout describes his subject's quirks and foibles as well as his many achievements.
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