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Lance Armstrong arrives at a training session during a rest day of the 2010 Tour de France.
Today, more information on the thousand pages of evidence that took down Lance Armstrong.
The United States Anti Doping Agency released the report yesterday, which details a doping program that they call, "More extensive than any previously revealed in professional sports history."
In the report, eleven of Lance Armstrong's former teammates give details on how they transported, used and hid performance enhancing drugs.
Here with more is Juliet Macur a sports reporter from the New York Times.