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Lance Armstrong and Oscar Pistorius Get (Fake) Tiger Woods-Style Nike 'Winning' Ads Isn't winning awesome?

Does winning take care of everything? Perhaps for Tiger Woods. Probably not for some other athletes who've been on Nike's payroll. Here are some nicely done spoofs of the much-discussed new Tiger ad that put the sports marketer's controversial headline in less comfortable contexts. Two more after the jump—with Michael Vick and (though he was not a Nike endorser) O.J. Simpson. Via.

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