Lance Armstrong Doping

Sheryl Crow Talks Lance Armstrong On 'Entertainment Tonight'

HuffPost Canada Music | Huffington Post staff | Posted 01.22.2013 | Canada Music

"All I Wanna Do" singer Sheryl Crow is going to come clean on Entertainment Tonight with what she knows about her ex-fiancé Lance Armstrong's recent ...

WATCH: Lance On Telling His Son The Truth

The Huffington Post Canada | Posted 03.20.2013 | Canada TV

In the second part of disgraced cyclist Lance Armstrong's interview with Oprah Winfrey, he talked about coming out about doping to his family. In p...

Little Sympathy For A Liar

CP | Neil Frankland, The Associated Press | Posted 03.20.2013 | Canada

MELBOURNE, Australia - Former rivals, friends and sporting figures were united in their condemnation of Lance Armstrong and his years of deception aft...

WATCH: Oprah Grills Famed Cyclist

The Huffington Post Canada | Posted 01.18.2013 | Canada

Former cyclist Lance Armstrong, in an interview broadcast around the world Thursday, admitted to Oprah Winfrey that he had doped and used performance-...

Behind the Headlines: Should Armstrong's Charity Suffer For His Sins?

Craig and Marc Kielburger | Posted 03.18.2013 | Canada Impact
Craig and Marc Kielburger

The trouble with Lance Armstrong's fall from grace is that he wasn't just a sports hero; he was a self-styled symbol of hope. Which is why we're all left wondering: does his doping confession negate his charitable work? Candidly, we're conflicted. Some of the onus for Armstrong's fall lies on our cultural tendency to elevate celebrities and sports idols to too-good-to-be-true status, then crucify them in the court of public opinion at their every transgression.

Doping in Sports Isn't Cheating, It's a Natural Progression

Radley Balko | Posted 03.17.2013 | Canada
Radley Balko

It's an old cliché that sports is a metaphor for the human condition. But there's a lot of truth to it. As technology helped humanity obliterate these milestones and move beyond what until 100 years ago had been a long, bleak history, similar advances in nutrition, training, and using technology to improve technique have enabled sports records to fall with astonishing regularity. Let there be sports leagues that thrive on "pure sport," whatever that is, and let there be sports leagues where athletes are left to balance their own health and career longevity with technology, pharmacology, and the quest for a competitive advantage.

Armstrong Admits To Doping: Report

CP | Posted 03.16.2013 | Canada

AUSTIN, Texas — Lance Armstrong confessed to Oprah Winfrey during an interview Monday that he used performance-enhancing drugs to win the Tour de Fr...

Armstrong To Confess To Oprah: Report

CP | Jim Vertuno, The Associated Press | Posted 03.13.2013 | Canada

AUSTIN, Texas - Lance Armstrong said he will answer questions "directly, honestly and candidly" during an interview with Oprah Winfrey next week. He w...

Will He Confess?

CP | The Associated Press | Posted 03.06.2013 | Canada

AUSTIN, Texas - The New York Times reported Friday that Lance Armstrong, who has strongly denied the doping charges that led to him being stripped of ...

Lance Armstrong Steps Down as Livestrong Chairman

Ryan Doyle | Posted 12.17.2012 | Canada
Ryan Doyle

A week after the United States Anti-Doping Agency showed the world its evidence in the doping case against Armstrong, claiming he was at the centre of an organized doping program on his Tour de France winning teams, Armstrong stepped down on Wednesday as chairman of Livestrong, his cancer foundation. Nike, the company that had his back for over ten year's worth of doping allegations, was quick behind. They decided to unceremoniously terminate his contract. Neither of these decisions will keep me up at night, in fact they should have been done weeks ago. However! what is sorely lacking from all of Wednesday's announcements are two words that should leave Armstrong's lips and echo around the cycling stratosphere.

Former Armstrong Teammates Testify In Doping Investigation: USADA

CP | Eddie Pells, The Associated Press | Posted 12.10.2012 | Canada

Lance Armstrong said he wanted to see the names of his accusers. The U.S. Anti-Doping Agency gave him 26, including 11 ex-teammates.The world's most f...

Hundreds Run With Lance Armstrong In Montreal

CP | Andy Blatchford, The Canadian Press | Posted 10.29.2012 | Canada

MONTREAL - Lance Armstrong can still draw a crowd.Hundreds of people came out in support of the controversial cyclist Wednesday in Montreal, where the...

Armstrong: I'm A Tour de France Champ

CP | Jonathan Montpetit, The Canadian Press | Posted 10.29.2012 | Canada

MONTREAL - His country's anti-doping agency considers him a cheater and wants him stripped of the titles that made him an international hero, but Lanc...

If You Can't Prove Armstrong Doped, How Can You Convict Him?

Peter Worthington | Posted 10.28.2012 | Canada
Peter Worthington

It's fair enough to suspect Lance Armstrong of doping, and since 1999 he'd been put through the hoops time and time again. Yet, nothing. Other cyclists tested positive -- not Armstrong. I haven't a clue if Armstrong was, or was not, using banned substances. All I know is that it has never been proven. If you can't prove something, you can't convict him.

Lance Armstrong, Champion Doper?

Kolby Solinsky | Posted 10.25.2012 | Canada
Kolby Solinsky

If you work at ESPN, CBS, The Huffington Post, TSN, Sportsnet, FOX Sports, CBC, BCC, Some French Television Station Whose Sole Goal in Life is to Tarnish American Superstars, Al-Jazeera, or any other credible mainstream news organization, your goal is not to speculate over whether Lance Armstrong is guilty or not. It's to report the facts.

How Athletes Blood Dope -- And Get Away With It

CBC | Posted 10.25.2012 | Canada

Blood doping — the illicit process of increasing the amount of oxygen in the bloodstream to enhance athletic performance — has a decades-long hist...

Post-Armstrong, The Dream Can Still Be Lean, Mean -- And Clean

Brenden Hurley | Posted 10.24.2012 | Canada Living
Brenden Hurley

Today Lance Armstrong gave up his legal fight against allegations of doping. Consequently his results from 1998 onwards, including seven consecutive overall victories in the Tour de France, will be abolished. For post-Lance cycling fans, the very idol that drew them to two wheels has been smashed. But there is hope in the new generation, in the Ryders and Bradleys, who are clean cyclers.