Lance Armstrong is being hotly pursued by federal prosecutors in a criminal investigation that he and his cycling team participated in systematic doping. The Feds – led by special agent Jeff Novitzky, aka, the dumpster diver who nailed Marion Jones and Barry Bonds – have interviewed Armstrong’s former teammates and they’re closing in on the 7-time Tour de France winner. This is one race Armstrong won’t be able to peddle away from. Women have loathed Armstrong for the way he ditched Sheryl Crow a few years back; men have always had a sneaking suspicion that Lance was a fraud. Does this mean everyone will rip their yellow bracelets off in unison? [NYT; photo via Getty]
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