The international cycling governing body is stripping Lance Armstrong of his seven Tour de France titles.
The case against Lance Armstrong’s credibility took another turn when a report surfaced that Lance Armstrong may have bribed opponents to let him win races.
Just one question for this week’s TFMB because, well, I said so.
The fallout from Lance Armstrong’s decision to step down from his Livestrong cancer awareness charity, and Nike’s decision to cut ties with the disgraced cyclist, have been felt all across the nation, including right here in Chicago.
The irony of this commercial is unbelievable.
Nike has severed ties with cyclist Lance Armstrong, citing insurmountable evidence that he participated in doping and misled the company about those activities for more than a decade.
Nike’s decision last week to stand next to embattled cyclists Lance Armstrong was shocking, but not quite as shocking as what was reveled in a New York Daily News report today.
It’s not about whether or not Lance Armstrong cheated, anymore.
The International Olympic Committee said Thursday it is looking into the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency’s case against former Tour de France champion Lance Armstrong to see if it should revoke Armstrong’s Olympic medal.
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, professionalized and successful doping program that sport has ever seen.”
If Lance Armstrong wanted to exchange his seven Tour de France titles for seven Chicago Marathon titles, he won’t be able to.
Oh, hello, football. Didn’t see you there. How’ve you been? I hope well. You look good.
Lance Armstrong introduced himself as a seven-time Tour de France champion at a cancer conference Wednesday.
The decision by U.S. Anti-Doping Agency to come down hard against Lance Armstrong could have a wide-ranging effect on other sports beyond cycling, given that drug testing efforts have been stepped up across the board.
Along the lakefront Friday night, Chicago bicycling enthusiasts were talking about Armstrong’s decision to stop fighting charges that he used performance enhancing drugs.
I don’t idolize athletes, and I don’t encourage others—kids or otherwise—to do so either.
Regardless of the fact that Lance Armstrong will soon be stripped of his seven Tour de France titles and banned from the sport for doping, Nike will stand by his side.
With stunning swiftness, the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency said Thursday night it will strip Lance Armstrong of his unprecedented seven Tour de France titles after he dropped his fight against drug charges that threatened his legacy as one of the greatest cyclists of all time.
A federal judge in Austin, Texas, threw out Lance Armstrong’s lawsuit against the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency on Monday, a decision that allows the agency’s drug case against the seven-time Tour de France winner to move ahead.
According to a report, the USADA again brought formal doping charges against former cyclist Lance Armstrong in an action that could cost him his seven Tour de France titles.