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Armstrong associates settle with Landis
Melbourne Age

Is Lance Armstrong's doping investigation really closed?

Two old cycling rivals were reunited last week -- but in the news, not on the bikes. It's a different decade, but we have the same result: Lance Armstrong wins, Jan Ullrich loses. So it would seem on the surface. On Feb. 8, Ullrich was sanctioned ... SI.com, 3 days ago
Armstrong associates settle with Landis Brisbane Courier-Mail, 1 day ago
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BBC

Banned doc denies Astana link

Milan - A doctor banned for life for doping offences involving top athletes including Lance Armstrong has hit back at reports of a secret meeting with members of the embattled Astana cycling team. A report in Gazzetta dello Sport on Monday claimed ...
 News241 week ago UCI probes claim of Astana-Ferrari link  BBC1 week ago Banned doping doctor denies Astana cycling link  Business Insider1 week ago Banned doping doc met with Astana: report  Special Broadcasting Service1 week ago
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DNA

Armstrong claims not doping on cycling circuit was like bringing 'knives to gun fight'

Disgraced former American cyclist Lance Armstrong has claimed that he and his fellow cyclists had no option but to turn to doping, saying that they had brought knives to a gun fight, so they all went out and got guns to even things up.The American ...
 Business Standard2 weeks ago Tainted cyclist Lance Armstrong claims not doping on cycling circuit was like bringing 'knives to gun fight'  DNA2 weeks ago Armstrong's doping report due next year  Business Standard2 months ago
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Sydney Morning Herald

I would never cheat at golf, says Armstrong

The disgraced cyclist Lance Armstrong, who was stripped of the seven Tour de France titles he won while doping, says the sport of golf has a code of honour he would be "heartbroken" to abuse. He admitted to cheating during all seven of his Tour de ...
 Sydney Morning Herald13 hours ago I would never cheat at golf, says cycling cheat Armstrong  Canberra Times20 hours ago Armstrong: Nobody considered doping cheating  Yahoo! News South Africa1 day ago Lance Armstrong said he stopped doping in 2005 and denied he doped during the 2009 and 2010 Tour de Frances.  SI.com3 days ago
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Gulf Times

Cheating at golf would leave me heartbroken forever, says Armstrong

L ance Armstrong , who was accused of being the ringleader of the most sophisticated doping programme cycling had ever seen, has revealed he would be left heartbroken if he ever cheated at golf. A keen golfer with a handicap of 10, Armstrong ...
 Gulf Times1 day ago I would never cheat at golf, says Armstrong  Morning Star Online21 hours ago Lance: Id never cheat — at golf  Irish Examiner1 day ago I'd never cheat at golf, says Armstrong  ESPN.co.uk1 day ago
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WA Today

Armstrong ended his fight over doping, but who really cares?

Lance Armstrong might be the only athlete in history to hang a banner commemorating a forfeit. He gave up his fight against doping charges Thursday and congratulated himself for it. "Today I turn the page," he proudly announced in his statement, ...
 SI.com3 days ago Idol with a cause: Lance is back  SI.com3 days ago Betsy Andreu testified that Lance Armstrong admitted to using PEDs while in the hospital for cancer treatment.  SI.com3 days ago Lance Armstrong affair handled without mistakes  MWEB1 month ago
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Lance Armstrong's battle against doping allegations is not over yet

Until late last summer I had taped to the wall of my office the front page of the French sports daily L'Equipe from July 26, 2009. It featured a photograph of Andy Schleck and Alberto Contador grinding up some cruel pitch on Mont Ventoux, aka The ...
 SI.com3 days ago
WA Today

Anti-doping chief urges Lance Armstrong to talk

United States Anti-doping Agency chief executive Travis Tygart on Thursday called on Lance Armstrong to spill the secrets of his doping shame under oath for the good of cycling. Tygart led the USADA investigation which found Armstrong's United ...
 WA Today2 months ago USADA chief defends use of plea bargaining  Irish Independent1 month ago Key Armstrong battle long won but war is still raging for Travis Tygart  Irish Times1 month ago Sport has become teacher of life lessons  Irish Examiner4 weeks ago
Irish Examiner

Shape Im In: Emma OReilly

Emma OReilly's book, The Race To Truth Blowing The Whistle On Lance Armstrong And Cycling's Doping Culture, has been short-listed for Sports Book of the Year in the Irish Book Awards. Born in Tallaght, the former soigneur or personal assistant ...
 Irish Examiner4 weeks ago
Malay Mail

No end to sport's dark cycle

It is clear from the stance taken by the World Anti-Doping Agency (Wada) this week, that sport is caught in a never ending spiral the dark side develops new products and the scientists in white coats scramble to develop a new test to expose the ...
 Citizen.co.za1 week ago New drugs fuelling sports, warns WADA  Nine MSN1 week ago Surge in new illegal drugs fuel sports cheats  Malay Mail1 week ago Reedie tells AFP new illegal substances fuelling sports cheats  Business Insider1 week ago
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