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Former cyclist Lance Armstrong just does not know how to keep his mouth shut. Armstrong recently told CNN in an interview that he would still be denying that he ever used performance enhancing drugs. Armstrong denied using banned drugs for over a decade and was bullying is way to the top and those who tried to rat him out...
AUSTIN, Texas (AP) Lance Armstrong's former charity made the largest investment in its history Tuesday by giving $50 million to the University of Texas, marking the group's biggest splash since severing ties with the disgraced cyclist as it pushes to restore momentum and influence after a tumultuous two years.
The money will launch the Livestrong Cancer Institutes at a new...
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5 days ago
The Columbia Missourian's Lance Armstrong tweet forgets Neil.
Lance Armstrong feels like he was singled out and would not have been stripped of his seven Tour de France titles if he hadn’t fought back so hard against those who accused him of cheating. “If we’re gonna be honest, then just say ‘He’s an a——. We had to go after him. He tested positive for being the biggest a—— in the world.’ Fair. I can live with that,”...
Former cyclist Greg LeMond went on the air for an interview with CNN's Anderson Cooper Monday night and proceeded to say some damning things about former rival Lance Armstrong. Of course, damning evidence and testimony is nothing new for the maligned Armstrong, whose reputation has taken an unrecoverable hit since admitting to doping in January. Nonetheless, LeMond'...
A Texas judge has refused Lance Armstrong's request to dismiss an insurance company's lawsuit seeking $3 million in bonuses it paid him from 1999 to 2001, and an attorney for the company said Tuesday he'll move quickly to question the cyclist under oath.
Nebraska-based Acceptance Insurance Holdings had a contract with Armstrong to pay bonuses for winning the Tour de...
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July 09, 2013
WOULDA COULDA SHOULDA?
Had Lance Armstrong cooperated with the USADA's investigation, he apparently only would have been stripped of two of his record seven Tour de France titles.
Disgraced cyclist Lance Armstrong has sold his Austin estate to an oil-and-gas rights agent.
The Austin American-Statesman reports a deed of trust filed with Travis County last week showed Al Koehler obtained a $3.1 million loan to buy the property, Armstrong's home since 2004.
Although county tax rolls listed the 1.7-acre property's value at $3.9 million, local real estate...
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April 11, 2013
THE TROUBLES CONTINUE
Lance Armstrong has had a tough year and it's getting tougher as he is reportedly being investigated for possible criminal charges in Spain.
Disgraced cyclist Lance Armstrong reportedly is now under investigation by the federal government for obstruction, witness tampering, and intimidation.