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"If you take me back to 1995, when it was completely and totally pervasive, I’d probably do it again."
As team mom for both my kids' teams, I was constantly spouting lessons about success only being achieved by hard work and practice. But, as we watched big-name player after big-name player face accusations of PED use -- with few consequences -- I could see I was losing my audience.
"I'd love to change it but I can't," the American, who survived testicular cancer, said after being reminded in an interview
My total net worth hovers around entering my piled up work expenses for the past three months, divided by bottles of wine drank last week, times bags of food bought for cat.
Sheryl Crow witnessed Lance Armstrong receive an illicit blood transfusion while they were dating in 2004, according to a soon to be released book about the disgraced cyclist's extensive doping program.
“Rather than try to hide the transfusion from her, Armstrong was completely open about it,” Albergotti and O’Connell wrote
"The Armstrong Lie" is out in theaters soon. Watch the trailer above. In 2010, the doping charges began to stack up against
Nearly eight months after the International Olympic Committee stripped him of his 2000 Olympic bronze medal, Lance Armstrong
Livestrong said in the tax return that its revenue fell to $38.1 million in 2012 from $48.8 million the previous year, a
A frequent question I get is, "How's everyone at the Foundation doing?" The truth is, it's been rough. None of us anticipated the rapid and radical changes that are now the new normal. But we're dusting ourselves off and keeping the focus where it should be: helping people with cancer today.
By Julien Pretot Armstrong, who has been banned for life and admitted to doping his way to seven consecutive Tour titles
Just when you think competitive cycling has no redeeming qualities other than for perfecting PED tests, a glimpse of humanity appears on the horizon.
Yet, even five years later, Jones says that not everyone believes she was sincere and truthful in her 2008 conversation with
Evan Handler joins us to talk about why the Livestrong Foundation is still an important and functioning charity despite the reputation of its founder Lance Armstrong.
I am tired to the bone of the baseless and uninformed criticisms people continue to hurl toward the Livestrong Foundation, based on crimes Lance committed as a cyclist.
We have a tradition of treating players like children, even while we pay them millions of dollars for their skills, perhaps because they make their living competing in games we played as kids.
As we get older, it becomes clear how cheaters do, in fact, sometimes win. Quite often, they win big and fall to a horrible disgrace when the truth is revealed about their compromised victories.
"When the U.S. Attorney's Office declines to prosecute an individual or entity, typically law enforcement agencies do not
Federal investigators are in the midst of an active criminal investigation of disgraced former Tour de France champion Lance