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  • Lance Armstrong case: U.S. atty. still won't say why no charges

     
    As Lance Armstrong continued to face fallout from doping allegations — this time, being stripped of his seven Tour de France titles — questions still surround a federal investigation that closed without criminal charges being filed....
  • Sprinter Tyson Gay tests positive for banned substance

    Tyson Gay, the reigning U.S. sprint champion at 100 and 200 meters, has tested positive for a banned substance, he said Sunday in Amsterdam. Gay, the American record-holder in the 100, will not compete in the world championships next month in Moscow...
  • Edwin Moses to run for president of World Anti-Doping Agency

    Edwin Moses to run for president of World Anti-Doping Agency
    Edwin Moses, a two-time Olympic gold medalist in the 400-meter hurdles, is running again, this time to become the next president of the World Anti-Doping Agency. Moses submitted his candidacy last week to become the third — and likely final...
  • Venice Film Review: 'The Armstrong Lie'

    The disgraced hero at the center of one of the most compelling rise-and-fall narratives in recent years gets exhaustive and penetrating documentary treatment in "The Armstrong Lie." Focusing primarily on the past four years of Lance Armstrong's life --...
  • Lance Armstrong considers himself record holder in Tour de France

    With the 100th edition of the Tour de France set to begin on Saturday, disgraced former cyclist Lance Armstrong says he still considers himself the Tour's record holder for titles because it was "impossible" to win the event unless one was doping....
  • Lance Armstrong Resigns From Livestrong Foundation

    Lance Armstrong Resigns From Livestrong Foundation
    Former pro cyclist Lance Armstrong will step down as chairman of the Livestrong cancer charity he founded in 1997 after recovering from the disease, organization spokeswoman Katerhine McClane said Wednesday. The move comes a week after the U.S. Anti-...
  • Nike ends contract with Lance Armstrong

    Nike ends contract with Lance Armstrong
    Nike Inc. announced Wednesday it will end its contract with Lance Armstrong, an endorsement deal that once earned the embattled cycling star millions of dollars. The move comes a week after the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency released reports that outlined...
  • Juan Manuel Marquez, Timothy Bradley fighting over drug testing

    Juan Manuel Marquez was subjected to skepticism in December when the newly buffed-up multichampion boxer knocked Manny Pacquiao out stone cold, the first time Pacquaio hit the canvas in the pair’s five fights. Now, Marquez, in advance of his Oct....
  • Trainer on a mission to rid his sport of doping

    Glenn Thompson says he didn't do it to get rich, and he offers proof. If you're unable or unwilling to pay $9.99 to buy his book, he'll provide a code that will allow you to read it online for free. Thompson, a respected trainer for more than three...
  • Armstrong steps down as chairman of charity

    Armstrong steps down as chairman of charity
    SAN DIEGO - In a move that has many in the cancer fighting world stunned and disappointed, Lance Armstrong stepped down Wednesday as chairman from the Livestrong foundation he started in 1997 at the end of his own battle with testicular cancer.   ''...
  • Lance Armstrong quits Livestrong post, loses endorsement deals

    Lance Armstrong is leaving his cancer charity, Livestrong, so the group can focus on its mission instead of his problems. It all stems from the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency`s report which details his alleged use of performance enhancing drugs. It accuses him...
  • Armstrong Appeals to Supporters as Some Donors Ask for Money Back

    Armstrong Appeals to Supporters as Some Donors Ask for Money Back
    AUSTIN, Texas -- For years, Connie and Daniel Roddy did all they could to support Livestrong, raising tens of thousands of dollars for the organization. "It all started when Lance's first book came out," Connie Roddy said, referring to the 2001...