Lance Armstrong's books moved to fiction section in Sydney library

Lance Armstrong during his interview with Oprah Winfrey on January 14, 2013
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Lance Armstrong's books have been moved to the 'fiction' section at a library in Sydney, Australia following his admission of doping.

Lance Armstrong's books about overcoming adversity have been moved from the 'must-read autobiography' section to 'fiction' in a library in Sydney, Australia.

The disgraced cyclist, who admitted to doping throughout his career in a televised interview with Oprah Winfrey, has faced a backlash from fans and his sponsors since the damning evidence from the United States Anti-Doping Agency came to light.

Following his two-part interview with the former chat show host, the Manley Library posted a sign at reception, which said: "All non-fiction Lance Armstrong titles, including 'Lance Armstrong: Images Of A Champion,' 'The Lance Armstrong Performance Program' and 'Lance Armstrong: World's Greatest Champion,' will soon be moved to the fiction section."

The 41-year-old was banned from competitive cycling for life and had his record seven Tour de France titles taken from him.

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