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Titre Wheelmen : Lance Armstrong, the Tour de France, and the greatest sports conspiracy ever / Reed Albergotti and Vanessa O'Connell.
Auteur Albergotti, Reed, author.
Éditeur [s.l.] : Gotham books, 2014.
New York, New York Gotham Books, 2014.
©2013.
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Sujet anglais Armstrong, Lance, 1971-
Armstrong, Lance, 1971- -- Drug use.
Cyclists -- United States -- Biography
Cyclists -- Drug use.
Doping in sports.
Sports -- Corrupt practices.
Sujet français Armstrong, Lance, 1971-
Armstrong, Lance, 1971- -- Usage des drogues
Cyclistes -- États-Unis -- Biographies
Cyclistes -- Usages des drogues
Dopage dans les sports
Sports -- Pratiques déloyales
Collaboration O'Connell, Vanessa, author.
Description xv, 384 pages, 8 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations, portraits ; 23 cm.
Note locale BIO 2017-12-14
Bibliographie Includes bibliographical references (p. 339-370) and index.
Résumé The first in-depth look at Lance Armstrong's doping scandal, the phenomenal business success built on the back of fraud, and the greatest conspiracy in the history of sports. Lance Armstrong won a record-smashing seven Tours de France after staring down cancer, and in the process became an international symbol of resilience and courage. In a sport constantly dogged by blood-doping scandals, he seemed above the fray. Then, in January 2013, the legend imploded. He admitted doping during the Tours and, in an interview with Oprah, described his "mythic, perfect story" as "one big lie." But his admission raised more questions than it answered-because he didn't say who had helped him dope or how he skilfully avoided getting caught. The Wall Street Journal reporters Reed Albergotti and Vanessa O'Connell broke the news at every turn. In Wheelmen they reveal the broader story of how Armstrong and his supporters used money, power, and cutting-edge science to conquer the world's most diffcult race. At last exposing the truth about Armstrong and American cycling, Wheelmen paints a living portrait of what is, without question, the greatest conspiracy in the history of sports.
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