Insurer Targets Armstrong's Doping Denials In $12M Suit

Law360, New York (February 7, 2013, 5:46 PM EST) -- Prize insurer SCA Promotions Inc. pressed a Texas court Thursday to force Lance Armstrong to return the $12 million it paid to the disgraced cyclist for Tour de France titles that have now been stripped away, filing a petition that painstakingly details Armstrong's testimony denying that he ever used performance-enhancing drugs.

SCA told a Dallas County court that by repeatedly lying under oath about his doping, Armstrong swindled the Texas-based company out of the prize money that it promised to shell out if the cyclist beat...
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