The big screen lost a legend, while sports lost their greatest motivator.
On this weekend 45 years ago, Chicago stopped to watch as Lance Armstrong set foot on the moon
Let’s not forget that Ryan Braun tried to ruin an innocent man’s reputation.
The top five stories were grim: terrorism, performance-enhancing drug use, legal settlements, murder charges.
Headlines that shaped and transcended the sports world in 2013.
As soon as a well-meant charitable effort is twisted into a Stanley Cup rallying cry, all bets are off.
Nike, which helped build Lance Armstrong’s Livestrong cancer charity into a global brand and introduced its familiar yellow wristband, is cutting ties with the foundation in the latest fallout from the former cyclist’s doping scandal.
Well known cheater Lance Armstrong took to Twitter Friday morning to criticize another cyclist for doping.
The federal government is going after Lance Armstrong’s money. As much as it can get.
The problem is in the word still being used that immediately brings to mind deception, lies and fraud.
Lance Armstrong will not do a tell-all interview under oath with the agency that exposed his performance-enhancing drug use and took his seven Tour de France titles.
It sounds simple enough: before you decide to whip up the next inspirational sports legend to sell to the world, check to see if he’s already spent time in jail.
Public surveys from Nielsen/E-Poll show that Bears quarterback Jay Cutler is currently the fourth most disliked athlete in America.
From allegations Ray Lewis used a performance enhancing drugs in the form of deer antler spray, Joe Flacco’s ignorant referral to next year’s Super Bowl as “retarded”, the 49er’s Chris Culliver’s anti-gay comments and apology […]
Lance Armstrong confessed to using performance-enhancing drugs to win the Tour de France during an interview with Oprah Winfrey, reversing more than a decade of denial.
Lance Armstrong has finally come clean.
If you say something enough, it eventually becomes true, right?
A person familiar with the situation says Lance Armstrong confessed to Oprah Winfrey during an interview Monday that he used performance-enhancing drugs to win the Tour de France.
After more than a decade of denying that he doped to win the Tour de France seven times, Armstrong was scheduled to sit down Monday for what has been trumpeted as a “no-holds barred,”
In the wake of his lifetime ban from cycling and the doping charges hurled against him, Lance Armstrong will be interviewed on television by Oprah Winfrey next week.