Lance Armstrong's test results posted online

Lance Armstrong, 37, races in Australia

Lance Armstrong, 37, races in Australia (Image credit: Bettini Photo)

By Gary Boulanger, BikeRadar US editor

In the wake of anti-doping expert Don Catlin parting ways with Lance Armstrong, word has come from the Armstrong camp that the seven-time winner of the Tour de France has enlisted Rasmus Damsgaard to oversee his testing program for 2009.

Detailed blood test results from seven International Cycling Union (UCI) and Damsgaard out-of-competition tests are now posted on

"After a thorough review of the efficiency of a separate testing program the decision has been made to transfer the comprehensive programme we had planned to do with Don Catlin to Rasmus Damsgaard, a renowned anti-doping expert who runs the Astana team's internal testing program," said Bill Stapleton, Armstrong's long-time agent and lawyer.

Armstrong will continue to be tested by the United States Anti-Doping Agency (USADA), UCI, and the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA). Requests have been made to USADA and WADA to release their results so they can be posted as well.

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