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  • Lance Armstrong
    Justice Department joins lawsuit against Lance Armstrong
    Lance Armstrong’sconfession to Oprah about doping doesn’t appear to be doing him any favors. On Friday, the Justice Department joined a lawsuit against the former Tour de France champion, accusing him of concealing his use of...
  • Are We There Yet?
    Commentary: Are We There Yet?
    It’s been two weeks since The Interview.The smart money was all-in that Lance would go on the Oprah Show, and after a bit of dramatic set-up, rise out of his chair and confess, in a Frau Blucher tone of defiance, when she finally asked about...
  • Lance Armstrong
    Lance Armstrong admits to doping in interview with Oprah
    A person who spoke to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity says that Lance Armstrong apologized to the staff at his Livestrong Cancer Foundation on Monday before the taping of his interview with Oprah Winfrey later today.Armstrong was...
  • Will it make us happy if Armstrong admits to doping
    Will it make us happy if Armstrong admits to doping
    There is such a thing a “too little, too late,” this would have been something to admit years ago lone before the United States Doping Agency was accused of being on a “witch hunt” by Armstrong. This might have been reveled...
  • Lance Armstrong resigns from Livestrong, the cancer foundation he founded
    Lance Armstrong resigns from Livestrong, the cancer foundation he founded
    On October 17, Lance Armstrong stepped down as chairman of the philanthropic foundation Livestrong, a nonprofit foundation he founded in 1997 with the mission of improving the lives of those affected by cancer. Today, in an effort to distance...
  • Four sponsors step down from Lance Armstrong
    Four sponsors step down from Lance Armstrong
    The U. S. Anti-doping agency accuses Armstrong of dominating at the head of one of the most sophisticated doping stings ever seen in the sport of cycling. Armstrong is subject to perjury charges for testifying in a court of law in 2005 that he was...
  • Armstrong officially stripped of his titles
    Armstrong officially stripped of his titles
    UCI and the United States Anti-doping Agency USADA have found Armstrong guilty of masterminding doping the most elaborate conspiracy in the history of sports.At a hotel in Geneva the UCI was under intense pressure to explain how Armstrong was able...
  • Lance Armstrong relinquishes position, gets terminated by Nike and taking action against the USADA
    Lance Armstrong relinquishes position, gets terminated by Nike and taking action
    Lance Armstrong is taking a stand to fight drug use in sports against the USADA. The Herald Sun reports on Oct. 20 that Armstrong’s position will be global, calling his cause the “Armstrong effect”.Wednesday, Oct. 17 was not the...
  • Rabobank after 28 backs out of sponsoring the dirty sport of cycling
    Rabobank after 28 years backs out of sponsoring the dirty sport of cycling
    The Dutch bank, based in the Netherlands-one of the most enthusiastic cycling nation in the world, with its own cycling teams has decided to let go of sponsoring the sport of cycling due the Armstrong doping scandal and the light shed on the ...
  • Lance Armstrong steps down as chairman of the Livestrong Foundation
    Lance Armstrong steps down as chairman of the Livestrong Foundation
    From the Washington Post, On Wednesday, October 17, 2012, after the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency says 11 of Lance Armstrong's former teammates testified against him in its investigation of the cyclist, revealing “the most sophisticated,...
  • Doping Allegations: Armstrong Out At Livestrong, Nike Terminates Contract
    Lance Armstrong resigns as Livestrong CEO, loses Nike endorsement
    Lance Armstrong has had a rough year. First, the seven-time Tour-de-France winner and cancersurvivorlearned he might be stripped of his Tour-de-France wins and banned from competitive cycling for life due to allegations he used performance...
  • Nike dumps Lance Armstrong
    Nike ends endorsement deal with Lance Armstrong over doping evidence
    From CNN, Nike Inc. announced on Wednesday, October 17, 2012, it will end its contract with Lance Armstrong, an endorsement deal that once earned the embattled cycling star millions of dollars.The dropping of Armstrong comes a week after the U.S....
  • Lance Armstrong
    Lance Armstrong abandoning cancer charity after doping claims
    Lance Armstrong, former pro cyclist, has stepped down as chairman of the cancer charity he founded in 1997. Livestrong, a Texas based charity, has raised millions of dollars for cancer research, treatment and support. According to Katherine...
  • Lance Armstrong sued me for libel made my life a living hell
    Lance Armstrong sued me for libel made my life a living hell
    “There was intimidation, bullying and stress. I wanted to clean up cycling and have it out of my life once and for all,” reported Emma O’Reilly junior seigneur for Lance Armstrong’s U.S Postal Team. The once Irish teen...
  • Armstrong damning evidence to conceal the truth
    Armstrong damning evidence to conceal the truth
    Witness after witness has been called to the stand to testify: That Lance Armstrong cyclist for the United States Postal Service Team used the banned drug EPO. That he also administered it to teammates and that Lance Armstrong enforced the doping...