David Walsh and Paul Kimmage talk in Dublin on Lance Armstrong sells out

The two writers who stayed on the story for over a decade are ready for your questions.

Paul Kimmage, left, and David Walsh.
Paul Kimmage, left, and David Walsh.
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Updated: 1.30pm

TWO OF THE journalists at the very centre of Lance Armstrong’s spectacular demise will speak in Dublin next month about the story.

But the tickets have sold out less than an hour after being made available.

Sunday Times writer David Walsh and his former colleague Paul Kimmage will hold the event to discuss Walsh’s recent book Seven Deadly Sins and the story generally at the Pavillion theatre talk in Dun Laoghaire capital on Monday, 11 February.

Alan English will moderate the event. Proceeds will go to charity.

“Many people ask about evenings in other cities; Liverpool, Newcastle, Sheffield, Belfast, Glasgow, etc,” he added on Twitter. “If someone organises I will be there.

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“In different interviews, I have been asked if I feel proud seeing the house of cards come tumbling down. I don’t. But I have been moved by extraordinary response on twitter, the numbers and the generosity, and my thank you will be to go and speak wherever.”

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