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The Long Ride

July 15th, 2002 | Posted in The New Yorker, Articles | No Comments
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Download the PDF How did Lance Armstrong manage the greatest comeback in sports history?
by Michael Specter

A couple of weeks ago, on a sweltering Saturday afternoon, I found myself in the passenger seat of a small Volkswagen, careering so rapidly around the hairpin turns of the French Alps that I could smell the tires burning. Johan Bruyneel, the suave, unflappable director of the United States Postal Service Pro Cycling Team, was behind the wheel. Read more »