Nike had already made moves to distance itself from Lance Armstrong, and now its announced it will stop making its line of Livestrong products at the end of 2013. Nike dropped Armstrong’s personal sponsorship last Fall when the cyclist admitted to years of performance enhancing drug use. The cancer survivor also stepped down as chairman of his cancer charity, Livestrong, after delivering an apology to the staff.
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