Disgraced cyclist Lance Armstrong allegedly bribed competitors to let him win races, according to the Australian Broadcasting Corporation. The network’s Four Corners program said Australian cyclist Phil Anderson witnessed Armstrong bribing a competitor to fix a series of races, among other allegations . . . At least 15 more cyclists have been linked to Armstrong’s banned Italian sport doctor in an intricate scheme of money laundering, tax evasion, and widespread doping. Former Giro d'Italia winners Michele Scarponi and Denis Menchov, and this year’s Olympic champion Alexandre Vinokourov, are under investigation for doping under the supervision of Dr. Michele Ferrari, Gazzetta dello Sport reported . . . The final word on Armstrong’s seven Tour de France titles could come Monday when cycling’s governing body responds to the US Anti-Doping Agency report that paints him as a longtime drug cheat.