AUSTIN, Texas (AP) - Officials with a promotions company have confirmed that a decade-long dispute with former cyclist Lance Armstrong has been settled.

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) Officials with a promotions company have confirmed that a decade-long dispute with former cyclist Lance Armstrong has been settled.

Officials with Dallas-based SCA Promotions confirmed in a statement issued Sunday that a settlement had been reached. Company officials declined to reveal details of the settlement agreement or comment further however.

SCA had been seeking repayment of more than $10 million in bonuses it had paid the former cyclists during a career later exposed to have been fueled by performance-enhancing drugs. In a statement, Armstrong said Sunday that he was apologizing to the company and paying an unspecified amount in compensation to SCA.