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Reed Albergotti is a white-collar crime reporter for The Wall Street Journal. He is also the son of a fanatic amateur cyclist who served as the director of cycling competition in the 1984 Olympics. An accomplished bike racer himself, Reed speaks the sport’s odd language.
Vanessa O'Connell, an award-winning reporter at The Wall Street Journal for seventeen years, has covered tobacco, alcohol, guns, insider trading, and the Deepwater Horizon oil spill. She has a knack for exposing the nature of corporate America and how it sometimes manipulates the score in making its money.
Three of the five stars go to Lance. Two stars go to the authors. The story is presented well. The authors did a good job researching and presenting the facts. Read morePublished 6 hours ago by Julio E. Garreaud
A thorough account of Lances life but more importantly, those complicit that stood around Lance for the entire ride. Read morePublished 4 days ago by chris cowley
Lance Armstrong has to be one if the worst persons ever as this book details his grand deception that not only fooled but hurt people,. Read morePublished 5 days ago by mary russ
Gave to my son as a gift. He couldn't put it down, nor could the person who recommended it. I have not read it.Published 12 days ago by FormerlyFlo
This was a well written and factual book. If gave a lot of details around doping, particularly what US Postal did from 1999 - 2005/6. Read morePublished 14 days ago by Scott
Fantastic book and a must read for anyone who has followed Lance Armstrong over the years. It provides a comprehensive picture of what occurred in cycling for the past 20 years. Read morePublished 18 days ago by Jim T
Insightful writing that focuses on the detailed proof of how millions of Lance's fans and initially even corporate sponsors were misled by the culture of doping in what is arguably... Read morePublished 29 days ago by Peter Hafner