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Armstrong 'PR stunt' slammed

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The president of the World Anti-Doping Agency has branded Lance Armstrong's doping confession a "controlled public relations" stunt that revealed nothing new. 

World Anti-Doping Agency chief John Fahey says Lance Armstrong should have owned up in front of an "appropriate tribunal" and not on a TV talk show.

John Fahey on Friday attacked both Armstrong and the world cycling body UCI while South Australian Senator Nick Xenophon threatened legal action to force the state government to reveal how much it paid Armstrong to ride in the Tour Down Under.

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