Lance Armstrong is NOT out of the woods yet, but there have been new developments!
We're getting word that Lance Armstrong's legal team is saying that Floyd Landis and Tyler Hamilton, who are former Armstrong teammates who have admitted using performance-enhancing drugs, are part of the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency's case.
They're trying to prove Lance doped during his record-setting career, using this tactic.
The agency's alleged evidence includes previously disclosed Landis emails and Hamilton's 2011 interview with 60 Minutes.
BOTH are accusing or have accused Armstrong of doping.
This is the first time specific names have been named against Lance — who asserts that he has passed more that 500 drug tests.
But the USADA has at LEAST 10 former teammates and associates who will testify against him!
If they go forward with this, Lance could be banned from the sport and stripped of all his titles.
Other argue that there's no real evidence and that the statute of limitations has passed anyway.
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