Armstrong Stands to Lose $30 Million as Sponsors FleeMason Levinson and Eben Novy-Williams
Lance Armstrong’s loss of support from Nike Inc. and other sponsors after the cyclist was tied to performance-enhancing drug use will cost him about $30 million in earning potential, according to a sports marketing agent.
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