The American cyclist Lance Armstrong has said he decided not to contest USADA's decision to strip him of his Tour De France titles and impose a lifetime ban for his own "mental health" and for his family.
In an interview with Newsweek, to be published next week, he said: "I am more at ease and at peace than I have been in 10 years".
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