I've not been treated fairly - Armstrong

Disgraced former cyclist Lance Armstrong claims the "justice served has been anything but level" and that he has been handed a "death sentence".

The American says he has not been treated "consistently" or "fairly" whilst other cyclists who have admitted doping offences have been given "a free pass".

Armstrong has been stripped of his seven Tour de France titles and banned for life, while team-mates who gave evidence to the US Anti-Doping Agency in the case against him served six-month bans.

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