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Lance Armstrong’s girlfriend lied to police and took the blame after the disgraced cyclist drove an SUV into two parked vehicles in Aspen after a December night out at a ritzy hotel event, police records show.

Armstrong, 43, was issued a summons and faces charges of duty to report accidents and exceeding safe speeds for conditions after Aspen police discovered the cover-up.

The book ostracized the Irishman from former friends and teammates but forced cycling to finally confront itself –Kimmage would later become one of Lance Armstrong’s fiercest critics.

Key Quote: 'It was doping, no mistake about it, but it was only pigeon **** compared to what some of the others were doing.

Key Quote: (On Alf Inge Haaland) ‘I'd waited long enough. Key Quotes: ‘It took the drug-testing authorities several years and millions of dollars to develop a test to detect EPO in urine and blood. The book is littered with criticism targeted at the FA and former clubs but became infamous for a chapter titled ‘The average director’s knowledge of football’. Key Quote: 'Chapter 9 – The average director’s knowledge of football…'The Swedish superstar has never struggled for self-confidence, and Zlatan channelled his absolute self-assurance to produce one of the most brilliant, bonkers footballer’s autobiographies of all time.

It bothered me, but this was my last Tour and I didn’t want to go out of it after two days.’ Keane has previous on the controversial autobiography front, after his first book landed him in front of an FA tribunal for bringing the sport into disrepute. And don't ever stand over me sneering about fake injuries.’ Hansen initially told police that she was driving the car from the Aspen Art Museum, and that she was driving too fast along the snowy roads.

Armstrong faces possibly jail time and fines if he is convicted.

The Aspen Daily News first reported Armstrong’s citations.Perhaps most notoriously, ‘Open’ included the revelation that Agassi used crystal meth throughout 1997 when his career was in a lull, leading to the star lying to avoid a drugs ban. Let's get high.’ Di Canio has always been, to put it mildly, a tad eccentric. Key Quote: ‘I vividly remember the Stanley knife and the blood pouring on to the floor.Key Quotes: ‘I play tennis for a living even though I hate tennis, hate it with a dark and secret passion and always have.’ ‘As if they're coming out of someone else's mouth, I hear these words: You know what? Fortunately, he refused to hold back in his book, written in 2000, which contains everything from barmy tales of stabbing his brother in the back (literally, with a fork) to an impassioned defence of fascist dictator Benito Mussolini, which later caused him trouble as manager of Swindon and Sunderland. Come to think of it, I remember the au pair's screams too.’ A journeyman pro cyclist, Kimmage won the William Hill Sports Book award in 1990 for going against the sport’s ‘omerta’ and revealing for the first time the extent of drug-taking in the peloton.It bothered me, but this was my last Tour and I didn’t want to go out of it after two days.’ Keane has previous on the controversial autobiography front, after his first book landed him in front of an FA tribunal for bringing the sport into disrepute. And don't ever stand over me sneering about fake injuries.’ Hamilton, one of Lance Armstrong’s key lieutenants during his Tour de France victories, made headlines around the world when ‘The Secret Race’ finally exposed the doping culture that defined Armstrong’s success and cycling in general.Mick Mc Carthy was one of many targeted in Keane’s relentlessly angry tome, but ultimately it was his expletive-ridden admission of deliberate retribution on Alf Inge Haalaand that landed the Irishman in hot water. The book helped to turn public perception against his former team leader for good, and contained the most graphic and detailed depictions of sustained drug-taking in sport ever published. hell.’’The original controversial football autobiography was penned by Sunderland legend Len Shackleton in 1956.‘To the Point’ vividly depicted his drink and drug abuse and orgies involving Gibbs and his international team-mates, as well as some customary mud-slinging over cliques of senior players (sound familiar, KP? Key Quote: (subtly depicting a night on a tour of Australia in 1997/98) ‘It was one fat party. His book lived up to its straightforward title: beyond lifting the lid on a betting culture that pervaded rugby league, the book is awash with anecdotes of extraordinary drinking and seedy sexual encounters. But all this was motivated by a higher purpose.’ Mc Grath’s book, which unflinchingly confronts his difficult childhood, alcoholism and multiple suicide attempts, is one of the most troubling sporting autobiographies ever written.

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