Should buyers of Lance Armstrong’s books get a refund?
Two Californians have filed a class-action lawsuit against the cyclist and his publishers Penguin and Random House - on behalf of themselves and other residents of California who bought the books - demanding refunds and other costs.Political consultant Rob Stutzman and chef Jonathan Wheeler would not have spent money on the titles, according to their submission, had they known “the true facts concerning Armstrong’s misconduct and his admitted involvement in a sports doping scandal that has led to his recent and ignominious public exposure”.
In both books, Armstrong is emphatic that the drug charges against him are false.
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Should buyers of Lance Armstrong’s books get a refund?

Two Californians have filed a class-action lawsuit against the cyclist and his publishers Penguin and Random House - on behalf of themselves and other residents of California who bought the books - demanding refunds and other costs.Political consultant Rob Stutzman and chef Jonathan Wheeler would not have spent money on the titles, according to their submission, had they known “the true facts concerning Armstrong’s misconduct and his admitted involvement in a sports doping scandal that has led to his recent and ignominious public exposure”.

In both books, Armstrong is emphatic that the drug charges against him are false.

From HERE

Now that is an historic sight, the Yellow Jersey working hard on the last stage to lead out his teammate to stage victory. A true British sportsman .
PS. the only sporting event to give me equal pleasure was Bob Willis tearing through the Aussie team in the legendary 1981 Headingly Test Match.

Now that is an historic sight, the Yellow Jersey working hard on the last stage to lead out his teammate to stage victory. A true British sportsman .

PS. the only sporting event to give me equal pleasure was Bob Willis tearing through the Aussie team in the legendary 1981 Headingly Test Match.