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Associated PressForget the seven Tour de France victories. Forget the yellow jersey celebrations on the Champs Elysees. Forget the name that dominated the sport of cycling for so many years. As far as cycling’s governing body is concerned, Lance Armstrong is out...
firstname.lastname@example.orgSix blocks of downtown Hagerstown will be closed for five hours on a Friday night in June for the 2011 Tour of Washington County bicycle race. The Antietam Velo Club will open the three-day stage race June 17 with three timed races on city streets. The...
The Lance Armstrong doping scandal continues to reverberate through Spain, where authorities have launched an investigation into several figures allegedly linked to the American cyclist. Prosecutors are looking at Spanish citizens mentioned in the U.S....
Thomas Mueller scored twice, Mario Gomez and Arjen Robben had one goal each and Bayern Munich routed Barcelona, 4-0, Tuesday night in the first leg of their Champions League semifinal in Munich. Bayern Munich sent Barcelona to its first four-goal defeat...
Tags: Polo, FIFA World Cup, Laws, Minority Groups, Gays and Lesbians
Amgen Tour of California announced that 16 teams will participate in the 2013 race that will run from May 12-19. Returning for its sixth year is Belgium team Omega Pharama-Quick Step Cycling, whose roster includes popular sprinter Tom Boonen, whose...
MADRID -- A Spanish doctor accused of masterminding one of the world's biggest sports doping rings took the stand Tuesday at his trial here, telling the court that the blood transfusions he administered to athletes were safe and legal at the time....
Tags: Lawyers, U.S. Postal Service, Witnesses, Tour de France, Cycling
The worst part of the Lance Armstrong story isn't the lying, considering more important people have lied more loudly. And it's not the cheating, considering bigger athletes to Americans have cheated. It's certainly not how he sullied the sport of...
The International Olympic Committee released the following statement Thursday regarding its decision to strip Lance Armstrong of the bronze medal he received in 2000: "Following the recent decisions of [the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency] and the...
AP Sports WriterNEW YORK (AP) — The Penn State child sex abuse scandal was selected as the sports story of the year by U.S. editors and news directors in an annual vote conducted by The Associated Press. The news broke in November 2011, with a grand jury report...
Tags: Eli Manning, FBI, John Elway, AFC West, Usain Bolt
Look toward London Iliana Limón Romero Orlando Sentinel The London Olympics delivered the most compelling storylines of 2012. Gabby Douglas was not considered a contender for the women's gymnastics all-around gold medal at the beginning of the year,...
The International Olympic Committee has a tendency to make up rules that suit its purposes. To wit: the attempt to impose a 2012 Olympic Games ban on any athlete who received a two-year doping suspension, even if that suspension expired before the...
Associated PressEight years after winning Olympic medals in Athens, four track and field athletes from eastern Europe were ordered to hand them back Wednesday because of positive doping tests. Lance Armstrong, meanwhile, can hold onto his bronze medal from the 2000...
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