Spain's anti-doping agency (AEA) revealed Friday that prosecutors had opened an investigation into three individuals suspected of having links to the Lance Armstrong doping scandal.
Lance Armstrong (C) of the US in action during the Tour Down Under on January 23, 2010. Spain's anti-doping agency revealed Friday that prosecutors had opened an investigation into three individuals suspected of having links to the Armstrong doping scandal.
"A tribunal in the Alicante region has informed us that they have opened an inquiry relating to two Spanish doctors, Luis Garcia del Moral and Pedro Celaya, and a physical trainer, Pepe Marti, in relation to the Armstrong affair," an AEA source told AFP.
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