Found January 22, 2013 on
In The Neutral Zone:
According to late night talk show host Conan O’Brien, this is the real Lance Armstrong interview by Oprah Winfrey, before it was edited of course.
BEST OF MAXIM
The panel investigating links between cycling's governing body and Lance Armstrong has postponed its first hearing because of snow in London.
The International Cycling Union's independent commission will now hold its procedural hearing in London on Friday instead of Tuesday.
The three-person panel will consider whether to introduce an amnesty or truth and reconciliation...
LIVESTRONG AND PROSPER
A class action lawsuit has been filed against Lance Armstrong on behalf of the people that have read his two autobiographies, asserting fraud.
Lance Armstrong's confession has pushed South Africa's anti-doping body to retroactively test blood samples from over 50 top cyclists for EPO.
The South African Institute for Drug-Free Sport says it will re-test samples from cyclists who competed in all major mountain and road races in South Africa last year.
The agency says this will help it discover ''if a major...
Most people saw a bunch of Lance Armstrong DVD’s were available and said to themselves, “Why the hell would anybody ever buy those things? That man is a fraud and a one balled liar. We all know the secrets behind the success and they all came from a lab.”
But Karl Baxter isn’t most people. Karl is a risktaker and a business man, so when he saw that he had the ability to buy...
I find myself looking for reasons to have certain people on the podcast and Denny is one of those people. This time we middled around the Lance Armstrong topic for a bit before getting into some more overarching themes about the Internet, culture, media, etc. A great conversation as always even if it ended up someplace completely different than Lance Armstrong.
Denny’s NYC Marathon...
Two men who bought Lance Armstrong's book "It's Not About the
Bike" filed a suit against the disgraced former cycling champ and
publishers in a Sacramento, Calif. federal court on Tuesday,
according to a USA Today report.
Sports can make even the hardcore fan a little jaded at times with lockouts (NHL), scandals (Lance Armstrong) and controversies (Manti Te'o).
Every once in a while, though, along comes a heartwarming moment of purity that serves as a reminder about the real meaning of the games.
One of those special scenes played out late Wednesday afternoon in a middle-school gym in Rochester...
Just days after Lance Armstrong's doping admission, cycling is set for more damaging revelations when the long-delayed Operation Puerto case finally goes to court in Spain.
Seven years after Spanish investigators uncovered one of cycling's most sophisticated and widespread doping networks, some of its central figures will stand trial on Monday in Madrid's Criminal Court...
Bradley Cooper recently told BBC that he would “love” to play Lance Armstrong in a movie about the cycling champion’s life. Cooper told BBC, ”I think he’s fascinating. What a fascinating character.”
Paramount Pictures is already in the works of planning a movie with JJ Abrams’ production company Bad Robot about Armstrong; who has been under much scrutiny as of late...
The World Anti-Doping Agency disputes a claim by former cycling federation leader Hein Verbruggen that discussing suspicious doping samples with athletes was once normal practice in sports.
WADA says such a policy ''totally contradicts the purpose of an effective anti-doping program.''
The agency says it has ''no evidence of other international federations...