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David Walsh was one of the few journalists who dared to doubt the miracle of the cancer survivor who came back to win the toughest race in sport. As the years went by, the other reporters largely melted away, feeling that if they could not tell the truth about the race and its winner, they didn�t want to write anything about it at all.In this book The Sunday Times presents David Walsh�s articles, and a number written by other colleagues on The Sunday Times. They show the tenacity with which the newspaper pursued Armstrong and the drug cheats. Of course, they are of their time, and should be taken as historical documents, recording the best of our knowledge on any particular date. As a whole, they represent some of the finest investigative reporting in British journalism in recent times. Show more Show less
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David Walsh (born August 1, 1949 in New York City, New York) is an American film critic and political writer for the World Socialist Web Site.
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