Federal prosecutors are asking a judge to rule that Lance Armstrong's attorneys have no right to see a court filing that offers "extensive details" about a grand jury investigation into allegations the cyclist used performance-enhancing drugs.
Lance Armstrong's attorneys say illegal government leaks of grand jury information have sullied the cyclist's reputation, and have asked a court to order federal agents to discuss their contacts with the media.
Lance Armstrong's camp changed tack Sunday, saying a report over a longtime former teammate's grand-jury testimony was a result of a TV network's "unpardonable zeal to smear" the seven-time Tour winner.
A staffer of Lance Armstrong's Team RadioShack, who also has a connection to Floyd Landis, is expected to testify before a grand jury investigating allegations of doping and fraud in professional cycling, two people with knowledge of the probe told AP.
The attorney for Lance Armstrong's ex-teammate Tyler Hamilton confirmed that Hamilton has received a subpoena to testify before a grand jury empaneled in the U.S. District Court for the Central District of California.
The New York Daily News is reporting three-time Tour de France champion Greg LeMond has been served with a grand jury subpoena as part of a federal investigation of possible fraud and doping charges against Lance Armstrong and his associates.
The New York Times is reporting federal authorities have issued grand jury subpoenas to witnesses as part of an investigation of possible fraud and doping charges against Lance Armstrong and his associates.