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HealthThis morning, as I followed the trail of toys that my children sprinkled across the living room, I ran into a yellow LIVESTRONG wristband that was glowing on the green carpet. My instinct was to pick it up. Then I thought about the recent headlines I've...
Disgraced cyclist Lance Armstrong has at least one person in his corner: actor Matthew McConaughey. McConaughey and Armstrong have been friends for years, and the actor came to Armstrong's defense in the newest issue of Details magazine. He said that...
Lance Armstrong is now in trouble with the U.S. government. The Justice Department has joined a lawsuit filed two years ago by another disgraced cyclist, Floyd Landis, MSNBC.com was first to report on Friday. The government could claim that it was...
AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — Lance Armstrong won't do a tell-all interview under oath with the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency to reveal everything he knows about the use of performance-enhancing drugs in cycling. USADA officials had told Armstrong he must...
Lance Armstrong won't be returning to competition this weekend after all. The disgraced former cyclist, who has been banned for life from all events sanctioned by the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency, decided not to take part in three distance events in the...
Lance Armstrong’s interest in cooperating with anti-doping authorities does not include plans to speak to the agency that most thoroughly detailed the transgressions that left him stripped of his seven Tour de France cycling titles. Armstrong on...
The company that paid Lance Armstrong a multimillion-dollar settlement after initially balking to pay him Tour de France bonuses amid doping allegations in 2004 announced Friday it could very well revisit that judgment. Dallas-based SCA Promotions...
Tags: Sports, Erythropoietin, Floyd Landis, Oprah Winfrey, Alicia Keys
Lance Armstrong calmly told Oprah Winfrey in a highly anticipated taped television interview Thursday night that he took a variety of performance-enhancing drugs while winning a record seven Tour de France titles, but that in his mind at the time, he...
It's not likely to be about the truth. Or about cleansing a guilty conscience. Or about clearing the air to help cycling's Sisyphean efforts to rid itself of the anything-goes attitude that prevailed for at least a decade and has yet to disappear,...
Tags: Sports, Judges, USA Today, Crime, Law and Justice, Entertainment
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...
I'd be lying to say that I won't watch the Lance Armstrong confessional with Oprah Winfrey on Thursday -- and Friday! -- nights. Why not? It's difficult to ignore a human train wreck, and Lance Liestrong pedaled on a Highway to You-Know-Where years...
No, but UCI must go Philip Hersh Chicago Tribune Cycling gets to stay in the Olympics on one condition: the International Cycling Union leaders who turned a blind eye to doping (best case) or enabled it (more likely) must go. Ex-UCI President Hein...
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