FILE - This july 24, 2005 file photo shows overall leader Lance Armstrong signaling seven for his seventh straight win in the Tour de France cycling race, at the start of the 21st and final stage of the race between Corbeil-Essonnes, south of Paris, and the French capital. The chief of world cycling's governing body is questioning why American anti-doping authorities have not sent him the file of evidence that prompted them to erase Lance Armstrong's seven Tour de France titles and ban him for life. International Cycling Union President Pat McQuaid on Saturday, Sept., 22, 2012, said the United States Anti-Doping Agency had not given the UCI a date to expect the details, and he sounded impatient to receive them. (AP Photo/Alessandro Trovati, File)

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FILE - This july 24, 2005 file photo shows overall leader Lance Armstrong signaling seven for his seventh straight win in the Tour de France cycling race, at the start of the 21st and final stage of the race between Corbeil-Essonnes, south of Paris, and the French capital. The chief of world cycling's governing body is questioning why American anti-doping authorities have not sent him the file of evidence that prompted them to erase Lance Armstrong's seven Tour de France titles and ban him for life. International Cycling Union President Pat McQuaid on Saturday, Sept., 22, 2012, said the United States Anti-Doping Agency had not given the UCI a date to expect the details, and he sounded impatient to receive them. (AP Photo/Alessandro Trovati, File)
FILE - This july 24, 2005 file photo shows overall leader Lance Armstrong signaling seven for his seventh straight win in the Tour de France cycling race, at the start of the 21st and final stage of the race between Corbeil-Essonnes, south of Paris, and the French capital. The chief of world cycling's governing body is questioning why American anti-doping authorities have not sent him the file of evidence that prompted them to erase Lance Armstrong's seven Tour de France titles and ban him for life. International Cycling Union President Pat McQuaid on Saturday, Sept., 22, 2012, said the United States Anti-Doping Agency had not given the UCI a date to expect the details, and he sounded impatient to receive them. (AP Photo/Alessandro Trovati, File)
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