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So many shoes now have dropped on Lance Armstrong he has enough stock to open an Infamous Footwear store. The lies and threats that were Armstrong’s stock in trade have led just about everyone – sponsors and international sports bodies like -...
Maybe the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency should have handled our nation's "war on drugs," first launched more than 40 years ago. It took 14 years worth of evidence, but the USADA knocked off a drug kingpin in Lance Armstrong. We witnessed the final nail in the...
Article Highlights: - NEW: Doping can be "hugely reduced" but won't be wiped out, cycling chief says - International Cycling Union's president also says he was "sickened" by the report - Lance Armstrong is banned from the sport - Armstrong has long...
Earlier this week, we watched the latest sorry chapter of Lance Armstrong's never-ending "did he or didn't he?" story unfold. The preface came last week when the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency lobbed a 202-page grenade in his path. Not only did Armstrong dope,...
After nearly 15 years of defiant denials and denunciations of those who said he had doped his way to success, Lance Armstrong put the lie to all that by telling Oprah Winfrey he had used performance-enhancing drugs during all seven of his Tour de France...
The Tour de Fraud, Lance Armstrong version, continues. Tighten your helmet chinstraps and grab your handlebars. Armstrong apparently has 'fessed up. To Oprah. Please, just spare us. Was Dr. Phil booked? PHOTOS: Lance Armstrong through the...
Tags: Celebrities, The New York Times, Oprah Winfrey, Tom Cruise, NPR
Former pro cyclist Lance Armstrong will step down as chairman of the Livestrong cancer charity he founded in 1997 after recovering from the disease, organization spokeswoman Katerhine McClane said Wednesday. The move comes a week after the U.S. Anti-...
Ten observations on the Lance Armstrong saga, which took on a new dimension once the Big O got involved and apparently got the defrocked 7-time Tour de France winner to tell the truth, or some of it, about his doping: 1. It would be a lot easier to...
About six weeks ago, a few readers sent emails complaining because the Tribune had given no coverage to local cyclist Christian Vande Velde’s victory in the U.S. Pro Challenge stage race in Colorado. My response was to say we felt leery of...
Tim Loranger is a Los Angeles aviation attorney who was deeply moved by Lance Armstrong's story of beating cancer. The former Marine wears the Armstrong yellow wristband, races in an Armstrong hat and has raised thousands of dollars for Armstrong's cancer...
The Hartford CourantLance Armstrong's decision not to fight long-standing allegations that he used performance-enhancing drugs to spike seven Tour De France cycling championships came within days of Roger Clemens' decision to lace up his spikes again. (The 50-year-old...
Tags: Mail Order Industry, Cycling, Steroids, Cancer, Justice System
The U.S. Anti-Doping Agency formally announced Friday morning it had issued sanctions that strip Lance Armstrong of his seven Tour de France titles and 2000 Olympic bronze medal and ban him for life from all sports governed by federations that are...
Tags: Cycling, Donald Trump, Justice System, Trials, Ivan Basso
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