(From L) Frenchmen Richard Virenque and Laurent Jalabert, Spaniard Miguel Indurain and US teammates Frankie Andreu and Lance Armstrong stand still while observing one minute of silence before the start of the 16th stage of the Tour de France between Tarbes and Pau on July 19, 1995, in memory of Motorola's Italian rider, Fabio Casartelli, who died the day before while riding down the Col de Portet d'Aspet. After the start of the race, the peloton rode quietly the whole day as the stage was neutralized all the way to Pau.
It's like getting on a bike path with Lance Armstrong ... She's one of the best singers on the planet.
I continue to regard Lance Armstrong as a great cyclist and I continue to be proud to be his friend and to have raced for him with many yearsMore quotes »
AP Interview: Wiggins will be strong in 2014
only does it go up and down, it turns all the time."In the 12 months since Wiggins became the first Briton to win the Tour, Lance Armstrong admitted in January that he doped for all seven of his Tour wins from 1999-2005. Those titles have been stripped from 6/18/13 Read more »
Nike cuts ties to Livestrong charity
to helping cancer patients worldwide through its survivorship programs.Armstrong, who started the charity in 1997 as the Lance Armstrong Foundation, was pushed off the board of directors in October, and the organization later changed its formal name to Livestrong.In Read more »
Spain investigates Armstrong doping ring
-- Spanish prosecutors have opened an investigation into individuals involved in the Lance Armstrong doping scandal.Spain's anti-doping agency said Friday that prosecutors in the eastern province of Alicante are examining the Spanish citizens mentioned in Read more »
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Tour de France director expects Bradley Wiggins back, strong in 2014
only does it go up and down, it turns all the time." In the 12 months since Wiggins became the first Briton to win the Tour, Lance Armstrong admitted in January that he doped for all seven of his Tour wins from 1999-2005. Those titles have been stripped from 6/18/13 from Sports Illustrated Read more »
ATAGO Urine Specific Gravity Refractometers Continue to Catch Drug...
a certain drug, only for testees to find a clever way to get around it. One need only consider high profile athletes like Lance Armstrong – whose sophisticated doping program involved a world-wide network of physicians and chemists at a cost of millions of 6/18/13 from PRWeb Read more »
Cloud of drug cheaters hovering over baseball
— When cyclist Lance Armstrong was found to have used performance-enhancing drugs last fall, he was publicly disgraced, stripped of his seven Tour de France titles and banned from the sport for life. When outfielder Melky Cabrera tested positive for PEDs last from Columbus Ledger-Enquirer (Georgia) Read more »
Who needs Lance Armstrong when we have so many heroes?
his treatment, I found him reading Lance Armstrong’s book Its not about the bike: my journey back to life. Incidentally Lance Armstrong also had the similar disease. I felt so terrible that Lance let down so many people who looked up to him as a motivation from Rediff Read more »
Ireland won’t endorse McQuaid
is British Cycling president. McQuaid's future has been clouded since the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency report last year which led to Lance Armstrong being banned for life from cycling and stripped of his seven Tour de France titles. USADA said the UCI helped cover from Independent Online (South Africa) Read more »