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FILE - This Sept. 30, 2000, file photo shows U.S. cyclist Lance Armstrong waving after receiving the bronze medal in the men's individual time trials at the Summer Olympics in Sydney, Australia. His seven Tour de France titles erased from cycling's record books, Armstrong still holds claim to one piece of sports silverware: an Olympic medal. The fate of Armstrong's medal will be addressed when the International Olympic Committee executive board meets next week in Lausanne, Switzerland. (AP Photo/Ricardo Mazalan, File)

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FILE - This Sept. 30, 2000, file photo shows U.S. cyclist Lance Armstrong waving after receiving the bronze medal in the men's individual time trials at the Summer Olympics in Sydney, Australia. His seven Tour de France titles erased from cycling's record books, Armstrong still holds claim to one piece of sports silverware: an Olympic medal. The fate of Armstrong's medal will be addressed when the International Olympic Committee executive board meets next week in Lausanne, Switzerland. (AP Photo/Ricardo Mazalan, File)
FILE - This Sept. 30, 2000, file photo shows U.S. cyclist Lance Armstrong waving after receiving the bronze medal in the men's individual time trials at the Summer Olympics in Sydney, Australia. His seven Tour de France titles erased from cycling's record books, Armstrong still holds claim to one piece of sports silverware: an Olympic medal. The fate of Armstrong's medal will be addressed when the International Olympic Committee executive board meets next week in Lausanne, Switzerland. (AP Photo/Ricardo Mazalan, File)
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