In this photo taken July 15 2004, US cyclist and Rabobank Cycling team member Levi Leipheimer jokes prior to the start of the Tour de France cycling race in Limoges, France. The Radobank cycling team announced Friday Oct. 19, 2012, it would pull out professional cycling by the end of 2012 after reading the scathing USADA report, in which Leipheimer, amongst others, conceded to using banned EPO drugs. Eleven teammates of Lance Armstrong on the U.S. Postal Service Cycling Team have turned on him offering evidence and testimony to back up allegations that Armstrong used performance-enhancing drugs in competition, the USADA said. (AP Photo/Peter Dejong)

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In this photo taken July 15 2004, US cyclist and Rabobank Cycling team member Levi Leipheimer jokes prior to the start of the Tour de France cycling race in Limoges, France. The Radobank cycling team announced Friday Oct. 19, 2012, it would pull out professional cycling by the end of 2012 after reading the scathing USADA report, in which Leipheimer, amongst others, conceded to using banned EPO drugs. Eleven teammates of Lance Armstrong on the U.S. Postal Service Cycling Team have turned on him offering evidence and testimony to back up allegations that Armstrong used performance-enhancing drugs in competition, the USADA said.  (AP Photo/Peter Dejong)
In this photo taken July 15 2004, US cyclist and Rabobank Cycling team member Levi Leipheimer jokes prior to the start of the Tour de France cycling race in Limoges, France. The Radobank cycling team announced Friday Oct. 19, 2012, it would pull out professional cycling by the end of 2012 after reading the scathing USADA report, in which Leipheimer, amongst others, conceded to using banned EPO drugs. Eleven teammates of Lance Armstrong on the U.S. Postal Service Cycling Team have turned on him offering evidence and testimony to back up allegations that Armstrong used performance-enhancing drugs in competition, the USADA said. (AP Photo/Peter Dejong)
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