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  • It's not about the bike, it's about cancer

    It's not about the bike, it's about cancer
    Oh, Lance. How could you? Thursday’s announcement was stunning. Seven-time winner of the Tour de France, testicular cancer survivor, Livestrong founder, cancer fundraiser, our hero, our real-life Superman — and you’re giving up without...
  • Lance Armstrong's greatest legacy

    The day the United States Anti-Doping Agency announced it was stripping Lance Armstrong of his seven Tour de France victories and imposing a lifetime competition ban on him was a dramatic one in the world of sports and an even more dramatic one for cancer...
  • Lance Armstrong lives hassle-free -- but lawsuits still loom

    Lance Armstrong lives hassle-free -- but lawsuits still loom
    Armstrong living positive life but problems not overLONDON, Aug 19 () - Lance Armstrong is living an unbothered and positive life 18 months after confessing to using performance-enhancing drugs, the disgraced cyclist told CNN. A cancer survivor and...
  • Cycling-Armstrong living positive life but problems not over

    LONDON, Aug 19 (Reuters) - Lance Armstrong is living an unbothered and positive life 18 months after confessing to using performance-enhancing drugs, the disgraced cyclist told CNN. A cancer survivor and hero to millions, Armstrong was stripped of his...
  • Armstrong living positive life but problems not over

    LONDON (Reuters) - Lance Armstrong is living an unbothered and positive life 18 months after confessing to using performance-enhancing drugs, the disgraced cyclist told CNN. A cancer survivor and hero to millions, Armstrong was stripped of his seven Tour...
  • Selig oversaw prosperity and both ends of Steroids Era

    BALTIMORE (Reuters) - He presided over unprecedented economic growth and instituted a slew of innovations as Major League Baseball commissioner, yet the reign of Allan "Bud" Selig may forever be linked to both ends of the Steroids Era. Selig was MLB's...
  • Bolt chides doping officials over Tyson Gay ban

    KINGSTON (Reuters) - Usain Bolt believes anti-doping officials have sent a "bad message to the sport", after American sprinter Tyson Gay received only a one-year ban following a positive test for an anabolic steroid. "I'm not really happy with the...
  • Lance Armstrong must face U.S. doping lawsuit, judge rules

    Lance Armstrong must face U.S. doping lawsuit, judge rules
    A U.S. judge on Thursday rejected Lance Armstrong's bid to dismiss a federal whistleblower lawsuit claiming that he and his former cycling team, which had been sponsored by the U.S. Postal Service, had defrauded the government through a scheme to use...
  • Tyson Gay gets OK to resume sprinting

    Tyson Gay gets OK to resume sprinting
    American sprinter Tyson Gay -- banned for one year after failing a drug test -- has a green light to return to the track. Gay received the relatively short punishment from the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency in return for cooperating with authorities...
  • U.S. sprinter Tyson Gay repays prize money earned while using steroids

    U.S. sprinter Tyson Gay repays prize money earned while using steroids
    Tyson Gay did all the right things when he failed a drug test before the 2013 world championships. The U.S. sprinter immediately withdrew from competition, cooperated with authorities and, eventually, accepted a one-year ban. Now, it seems, he is...
  • Track coach fights anti-doping officials in court

    A courtroom struggle is brewing between track coach Jon Drummond and the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency. The conflict began when the USADA hit sprinter Tyson Gay with a one-year suspension for using a banned substance. Gay cooperated with officials in the...
  • 'Cycle of Lies,' 'Wheelmen' take different paths in Lance Armstrong story

    'Cycle of Lies,' 'Wheelmen' take different paths in Lance Armstrong story
    The cycling section of Powell's Books in Portland, Ore., is vast. And as you stand before it, as I did recently, it's easy to split the volumes into distinct categories: before doping and after. In the first realm rest the hagiographies and how-to tomes...