Cycling will overcome Armstrong drugs saga, says Swift

June 29: USADA’s review board unanimously recommends bringing charges against the seven-times Tour de France champion.

July 9: Armstrong files a federal lawsuit seeking to stop USADA.

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August 23: Armstrong announces he will no longer fight the doping charges made by USADA. Agency responds by saying it will strip him of all results dating back to August 1, 1998, including all seven Tour de France titles.

October 10: USADA releases a detailed report on its doping case against Armstrong and the US Postal team, saying the findings prove the team cheated by using performance-enhancing drugs.

October 22: UCI plan to make their response to the findings by ASADA.