The Case Against Lance Armstrong
Mike Anderson says he felt a dull sadness as he stared at the little white cardboard box in Armstrong’s bathroom cabinet. His eyes focused on the word ANDRO written on the label. Anderson tried to rationalize it. Maybe it was leftover cancer medication, but this was 2004, long after Armstrong’s disease had been defeated, and there was no prescription attached.
Today Anderson runs The Bike Hutt in Wellington, New Zealand. He still remembers opening the cabinet as the day “I found proof that there is no Santa Claus.” (Armstrong’s legal counsel has described Anderson as “discredited.”)
By Selena Roberts and David Epstein, Sports Illustrated