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Lance Armstrong forced to give three more hours of testimony in whistleblower case

Former teammate Floyd Landis also given two hours to question Lance Armstrong in a pre-trial deposition Lance Armstrong (Watson) A US judge has ordered that Lance Armstrong 1 provide three more hours of testimony under oath as part of the whistleblower case against him.

Armstrong was questioned for seven hours on July 23 2 and his lawyers have seeked to block the additional order, saying their client has already answered 1,600 questions about doping in that session.