AFLD/Armstrong: "No penalty, all samples clean."
Update: The AFLD has confirmed that the case is closed with a statement on its website here. (French, .pdf) In short, they met on the matter yesterday, took Armstrong's version of events into consideration, and closed the case without proceeding with testing of the hair sample. (Blood and urine tests were clean.)
7-time Tour de France champion Lance Armstrong has just reported via Twitter that he has heard from the French Anti-Doping Agency (AFLD) regarding the testing of blood, urine and hair samples he gave while in France in March. "Case closed, no penalty, all samples clean," wrote Armstrong.