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 particular, Armstrong appeared emotional and on the ve...
Former cyclist Lance Armstrong, in an interview broadcast around the world Thursday, admitted to Oprah Winfrey that he had doped and used performance-enhancing substances while he was at his competiti...
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.