Originally written on Fox Sports  |  Last updated 8/31/14
Three-time Tour de France winner Greg LeMond says he has ''no vendetta'' against disgraced cyclist Lance Armstrong and hopes professional cycling can clean up its sport. LeMond spoke Monday night at a University of Texas symposium on doping in sports. Despite more than a decade of clashes with Armstrong in a feud that he said pushed him out of cycling, LeMond was restrained in his criticism of the rider who was stripped of his seven Tour de France titles in a doping scandal. Armstrong was just beginning his run of seven consecutive victories when LeMond publicly criticized his relationship with Italian sports doctor Michele Ferrari. Ferrari is now a central figure in the Armstrong case for his involvement in the U.S. Postal Service doping program, and has been banned from sports for life. ''I have no vendetta against Armstrong,'' LeMond said. He also said ''I don't rejoice'' over Armstrong being stripped of his victories, even though it means LeMond is now recognized as the only...
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