Lance Armstrong stripped of 2000 Olympic bronze medal. The IOC sent Armstrong a letter Wednesday night demanding the return of the medal. It is customary in these instances for the Olympic Committee of the violator's home nation to demand the return of the medal, at which point it will be returned to the IOC. However, the medal will not be re-awarded to the fourth-place finisher, Abraham Olano Manzano of Spain. The bronze designation for 2000 will simply remain vacant. Do you agree or should Spain be bumped up from fourth to third?
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