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Lance Armstrong appears in controversial music video about doping
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Lance Armstrong appears in controversial music video about doping

Lance Armstrong, the disgraced former cyclist who was stripped of his seven Tour de France titles for doping, appears in a new music video about the practice of using banned performance-enhancing drugs by the band Future User. The band, the latest ... International Business Times UK, 1 day ago
Lance was made 'a scapegoat' News24, 1 day ago

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RATM Bassist Recruits Lance Armstrong For Drug-Themed Video

Rage Against The Machine bassist Tim Commerford recently started up a new band, Future User , taking on bass and vocal duties. On Tuesday, the electronic rock outfit released the video for their song, "Mountain Lion." In it, Commerford shoots ...
 Huffington Post21 hours ago Rage Against The Machine Bassist's New Band, Future User, Recruits Lance Armstrong For 'Mountain Lion' Video  Huffington Post23 hours ago Lance Armstrong Talks Trash in RATM Offshoot Future User's 'Mountain Lion' Video  Rolling Stone2 days ago Watch Rage Against The Machine's Tim Commerford's New Video Feat. Lance Armstrong  Billboard15 hours ago

Lance Armstrong 'scapegoat' in doping fiasco, says former world cycling chief pat McQuaid

McQuaid, former president of world governing body the International Cycling Union (UCI), said that he had a 'certain sympathy' with Armstrong, who was banned for life from all sport and stripped of his seven Tour de France titles for doping.
 DNA1 day ago Ex-head of UCI McQuaid believes Armstrong was made 'scapegoat' in doping scandal  Topnews.in1 day ago Armstrong is a scapegoat - McQuaid  BBC1 day ago Disgraced Armstrong wants UCI president to take action  Morning Star Online1 day ago

Is It Time to Forgive Lance Armstrong?

Speaking in his first television interview since admitting to taking performance-enhancing drugs, shamed cyclist Lance Armstrong has shown little of the contrition we expect from disgraced public figures seeking a way back into our hearts. He simply ...
 Huffington Post UK1 day ago

Disgraced cyclist Lance Armstrong claims to 'dope again' if back in 1995

Armstrong is of the opinion that the time is near when he should be forgiven for doping and lying. He was stripped of his record seven Tour de France titles and banned from sport for life by the United States Anti-Doping Agency (USADA) in August 2012.
 DNA2 days ago Cycling: Lance Armstrong - I'd cheat again  New Zealand Herald2 days ago Armstrong tells BBC: I'd cheat again  New Zealand Herald3 days ago Disgraced cyclist Lance Armstrong 'will not cheat' in golf; admits to adhere to 'code of honour'  DNA1 month ago

Lance Armstrong And The Integrity Deficit: A Lesson On Why Never To Surrender Self-Respect For Self-Interest

None of us are immune to the same temptations that Armstrong succumbed to; to surrender self-respect for self-interest. But his downfall serves asapowerful reminder that without integrity, nothing works. The discovery of Lance Armstrong 's drug ...
 Forbes.com2 days ago Lance Armstrong: A Lesson On Why We Must Never Surrender Self-Respect For Self-Interest  Austin American Statesman2 days ago
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I would cheat again, says Lance Armstrong

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 WA Today2 days ago Disgraced Armstrong says he'd cheat again  WA Today2 days ago
International Business Times UK

Lance Armstrong: I'd dope again, says former Tour de France champion

Disgraced champion Lance Armstrong says doping was 'completely pervasive' in cycling in mid-1990s. Former disgraced Tour de France champion Lance Armstrong has said that if faced with the same decision he made in 1995, he would dope again since it ...
 International Business Times UK2 days ago Lance Armstrong: Id cheat again  New York Post2 days ago Lance Armstrong: Given the chance, I'd cheat again  Gladstone Observer2 days ago
USA Today

Lance Armstrong says he'd cheat again if doping remained pervasive

Disgraced cyclist Lance Armstrong, who admitted to using performance-enhancing drugs extensively during his career, said he would use them again if he was competing in the doping-abundant culture that existed in professional cycling during the ...
 Los Angeles Times2 days ago Lance Armstrong on Doping: I Would Probably Do It Again  101gold.com2 days ago Lance Armstrong on doping: "I would probably do it again"  USA Today1 day ago Lance Armstrong on Doping: 'I'd Probably Do It Again'  Austin American Statesman1 day ago

Lance Armstrong: ICU boss Cookson not tough enough on doping

Lance Armstrong has hit out at International Cycling Union president Brian Cookson for failing to take the tough approach on doping that he promised. Former head of British Cycling Cookson was elected president of the world governing body in ...
 ITV.com2 days ago Armstrong blasts UCI boss  AOL UK2 days ago Armstrong blasts uci boss cookson  Capital Bay2 days ago
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