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In the meantime, Armstrong's vehicle had carried on round the corner and stopped. He was just driving maybe too fast around the corner or something." She insisted they would "pay for everything" and left her details.
Hansen ran back round through the snow in high heels and spoke to the resident, apologising. When police spoke to her later, however, the 33-year-old said her former Tour de France winner husband had had "a little bit to drink" so she had been driving.
Hansen will not face charges as she eventually told the truth and Aspen police have a policy of not pursuing such misdemeanours for fear of discouraging other witnesses from coming forward, says The Guardian.
on September 18, 1971) is an American former professional road racing cyclist.
In 1992 Armstrong turned professional with the Motorola Cycling Team, the successor of 7-Eleven team.
In 1993, Armstrong won 10 one-day events and stage races, but his breakthrough victory was the World Road Race Championship held in Norway.
In the 1987–1988 Tri-Fed/Texas ("Tri-Fed" was the former name of USA Triathlon), Armstrong was ranked the number-one triathlete in the 19-and-under group; second place was Chann Mc Rae, who became a US Postal Service cycling teammate and the 2002 USPRO national champion.
Between 20, he raced with Team Radio Shack, the UCI Pro Team he helped found. Armstrong had been the subject of doping allegations ever since winning the 1999 Tour de France.
In 2012, a United States Anti-Doping Agency (USADA) investigation concluded that Armstrong had used performance-enhancing drugs over the course of his career As a result, he received a lifetime ban from all sports that follow the World Anti-Doping Code—effectively ending his competitive career.
He collected the Thrift Drug Triple Crown of Cycling: the Thrift Drug Classic in Pittsburgh, the K-Mart West Virginia Classic, and the Core States USPRO national championship in Philadelphia.
He is alleged by another cyclist competing in the Core States Road Race to have bribed that cyclist so that he would not compete with Armstrong for the win.As part of those sanctions, all results going back to August 1998, including his seven Tour wins, were voided.