Germany's only Tour de France winner Jan Ullrich, currently banned from cycling, has been criticised for not following Lance Armstrong's example and breaking his silence on doping.
German cyclist Jan Ullrich answers questions before the start of the 93rd Tour de France in Strasbourg, on June 29, 2006. Ullrich -- currently banned from cycling -- has been criticised for not following Lance Armstrong's example and breaking his silence on doping.
The 39-year-old German won the 1997 Tour de France, winning a total of seven stages in his career, and finished five times as runner-up behind Armstrong before retiring in 2007.
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