Race to Truth
Blowing the whistle on Lance Armstrong and cycling's doping culture
Emma O’Reilly was disgraced Tour de France hero Lance Armstrong’s masseuse and the whistle blower who bought him down. At his side for two years, she describes her relationship with him as like ‘brother and sister’ while serving the US Postal team.
Chosen by Lance as his personal soigneur, Emma attended to his every need, becoming confidante to the biggest star during one of the toughest races in the world. But despite Emma’s anti-drug stance, the only woman on the team soon found herself in terrible predicaments when Armstrong asked for help to conceal his drug cheating.
After wrestling with her conscience, Emma finally spoke out facing a decade long bullying campaign and £1 million law suit.
In her sensational memoir Emma lifts the lid on life behind the Tour de France and one of the biggest sports scandals this century.
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