LIE STRONG: Australian Library Moves Lance Armstrong Books To Fiction Section Reviewed by Momizat on . He fooled anti-doping watchdogs for years, but now Lance Armstrong can’t even outwit the Dewey Decimal System. The Manly Library in Sydney, Australia, is moving He fooled anti-doping watchdogs for years, but now Lance Armstrong can’t even outwit the Dewey Decimal System. The Manly Library in Sydney, Australia, is moving Rating: 0
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LIE STRONG: Australian Library Moves Lance Armstrong Books To Fiction Section

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He fooled anti-doping watchdogs for years, but now Lance Armstrong can’t even outwit the Dewey Decimal System.


The Manly Library in Sydney, Australia, is moving all of its books about the disgraced cyclist to where they belong — the fiction section.

“All nonfiction Lance Armstrong titles, including ‘Lance Armstrong: Images Of A Champion,’ ‘The Lance Armstrong Performance Program’ and ‘Lance Armstrong: World’s Greatest Champion,’ will soon be moved to the fiction section,” a sign announced over the weekend.

The move follows the 41-year-old Armstrong’s long-delayed confession last week that he relied on performance-enhancing drugs to place first in seven Tour de France competitions.

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