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L.A Confidentiel : Part III (English Translation)

L.A Confidentiel : Part III (English Translation)

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L. A. Confidentiel : Les secrets de Lance Armstrong (L. A. Confidential : Lance Armstrong's Secrets) is a book by sports journalists David Walsh, of the The Sunday Times, and Pierre Ballester. It was published in 2004 and was awarded the Prix Gondecourt.

The book contains circumstantial evidence of cyclist Lance Armstrong's having used performance enhancing drugs, including statements from a number of former associates of Armstrong's including his former masseuse, Emma O'Reilly. Armstrong denies the claims and lodged a lawsuit to insert a denial into the book itself, which was rejected.[1] Cases for defamation were lodged against Walsh and Ballester but were dropped in 2006.

Walsh wrote about the book in The Sunday Times in terms which conveyed the impression that Armstrong was guilty of doping. Armstrong subsequently won a settlement and an apology from The Sunday Times after he sued it for libel.

The book has only been published in French.
L. A. Confidentiel : Les secrets de Lance Armstrong (L. A. Confidential : Lance Armstrong's Secrets) is a book by sports journalists David Walsh, of the The Sunday Times, and Pierre Ballester. It was published in 2004 and was awarded the Prix Gondecourt.

The book contains circumstantial evidence of cyclist Lance Armstrong's having used performance enhancing drugs, including statements from a number of former associates of Armstrong's including his former masseuse, Emma O'Reilly. Armstrong denies the claims and lodged a lawsuit to insert a denial into the book itself, which was rejected.[1] Cases for defamation were lodged against Walsh and Ballester but were dropped in 2006.

Walsh wrote about the book in The Sunday Times in terms which conveyed the impression that Armstrong was guilty of doping. Armstrong subsequently won a settlement and an apology from The Sunday Times after he sued it for libel.

The book has only been published in French.

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Published by: Cycling Fan on Jan 03, 2010
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