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Judge: Lance Armstrong shows 'failure to comply'
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Judge: Lance Armstrong shows 'failure to comply'

A federal judge on Friday criticized Lance Armstrong for not providing adequate responses to the federal government, saying the former cyclist has showed a continued failure to comply with this obligation in the government's $100 million lawsuit ... USA Today, 4 days ago

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Lance Armstrong to lead Aspen Gran Fondo next month

.......... .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... ASPEN, Colo. — For the second straight year, ...
 Albuquerque Journal5 days ago
Irish Independent

Armstrong asks judge for summary judgment

AFP Lance Armstrong. File picture: Patrick Kovarik Washington - Disgraced cyclist Lance Armstrong has asked a U.S. judge to decide a more than $100 million lawsuit against him by the federal government without holding a jury trial. The motion ...
 Sunday Tribune1 day ago Paul Kimmage: In disturbing times for Nicolas Roche and cycling, has the landscape after Lance Armstrong really changed?  Irish Independent2 weeks ago Livestrong Shifts to Lower Gear Without Armstrong  Chronicle of Philanthropy2 weeks ago Disgraced cyclist Armstrong asks US judge to end government lawsuit  Rediff.com3 weeks ago

Mechanical doping: The new threat to cycling

A new enemy is stalking cycling. After many years trying to rebuild a reputation savaged by the Lance Armstrong blood doping era, the threat now comes from a form of cheating that is perhaps even more brazen. It's known as "mechanical doping" and ...
 ITV.com2 weeks ago WADA Appoints Cycling Doping Expert to Russia Project  ABC News4 weeks ago
Businessworld India

Politics Of Policy|Cleaning Sports Globally

Advertisement Competitive cycling has not yet overcome the Lance Armstrong scandal that broke in 2012. An icon of international inspiration, Armstrong found guilty of using performance enhancing drugs by the US anti-doping agency. Now a new ...
 Businessworld India1 month ago Poker player teams up with Armstrong for bizarre bet  New Zealand Herald2 months ago Poker player teams up with Lance Armstrong ahead of bizarre bet  New Zealand Herald2 months ago Dan Bilzerian enlists Lance Armstrong to help him ride his bike from Los Angeles to Las Vegas for $1.2 million bet  Rippa.com2 months ago

He busted Lance Armstrong and Barry Bonds. Now he works for UFC.

By , Marvin Joseph The Washington Post The man at the front of the room is still trying to save sports. Standing behind a lectern, he is as striking as ever: 6 feet 7, trim, neat and still as straight as an arrow. Jeff Novitzky reminded the 40 ...
 Washington Post3 weeks ago Why America's former top steroid cop is working for UFC  PostGuam2 weeks ago
Washington Post

5 Novak Djokovic attitude to doping is 'the Lance Armstrong approach'

The founding president of the World Anti-Doping Agency, Dick Pound, has criticised Novak Djokovic's claim that tennis is not affected by drugs cheats. Djokovic told CNN at the Laureus World Sports Awards earlier this week: "As long as there is no ...
 STV.tv4 weeks ago Novak Djokovic isn't accused of doping, but he sounds eerily like Lance Armstrong  Washington Post1 month ago See The Ripple Effect Of Lance Armstrong's Doping Scandal In 'The Program'  Huffington Post2 months ago In light of Maria Sharapova scandal, tennis should deploy a 'quality over quantity' doping system  Abu Dhabi National1 month ago

Feds seek judgment in Lance Armstrong case

The federal government has put a price on its fight against Lance Armstrong -- exactly $32,267,279 and 85 cents. That's how much it says his cycling team was paid by the U.S. Postal Service based on 41 claims for payment between June 10, 2000 and ...
 USA Today3 weeks ago Feds seek judgment in Armstrong case  MSN News US3 weeks ago
World Socialist Web Site

The Program: The success and calamitous failure of Lance Armstrong

Directed by Stephen Frears; written by John Hodge, based on the book by The Program, about the remarkable success and eventual disgrace of American cyclist Lance Armstrong, is the latest film from British director Stephen Frears. Armstrong's ...
 World Socialist Web Site1 month ago Stephen Frears on Lance Armstrong, Doping and Why Theaters Trump Phones  Variety2 months ago 'The Program' review: Ben Foster's turn as disgraced cyclist Lance Armstrong is worth a watch  DNA2 months ago 'The Program' - A fact-based drama  Prokerala2 months ago
CTV News

Review: 'The Program' is fast paced but unsatisfying

THE PROGRAM: 2 STARS "The Program," a biopic of disgraced Tour de France racer Lance Armstrong begins like a fairy tale, although one with doping and cancer, but ends as a Shakespearean tragedy. Ben Foster plays the cyclist as an athlete ...
 CTV News2 months ago Review: Lance Armstrong biopic 'The Program' is a major let-down  Examiner.com2 months ago Tour de Yorkshire entertainment programme  Scarborough Borough Council1 month ago Movie review: 'The Program' injects its investigation only skin deep  Examiner.com2 months ago
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