Former cyclist Lance Armstrong has settled a lawsuit brought by an insurance company that paid him $3m (£1.9m) for successes while doping.
The American was
of his seven Tour de France titles before
he took performance-enhancing drugs.
Nebraska-based Acceptance Insurance said the Texan's drug use meant their policy with him was void.
Armstrong, 42, faces two bigger legal claims - from another insurance firm, and a 'whistleblowing' case.
He is being sued for sponsorship money that his US Postal team received from 1998 to 2004.
Lance Armstrong admits doping to win cycling titles
The US Justice Department, which paid his team about $40m through its postal service sponsorship, announced in February it would join the 2010 'whistleblowing' lawsuit filed by ex-US Postal rider Floyd Landis, who himself admitted using drugs throughout his career.
A federal judge is expected to rule on Armstrong's request to dismiss that suit in the next 30 days.
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