It had been a long time coming, but Lance Armstrong finally admitted in his interview with Oprah Winfrey to using performance-enhancing drugs during his cycling career. However, the complexity of the drugs that Armstrong used — and masked for so long — was really only revealed during his interview with Oprah Winfrey, which aired on OWN on Jan. 17. Although he was short on details of how he managed to mask his doping use for so long, he did address a few specifics. Learn more about exactly which performance-enhancing drugs Armstrong used and how he covered it all up.
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Singer Sheryl Crow dated Lance Armstrong for three years, and was even engaged to him in 2005. In an interview with Entertainment Tonight, Sheryl says she’s only seem parts of her ex’s confessional interview with Oprah where he admits doping, but feels that telling the truth was the best thing for him.
“I have never doped. I can say it again but I’ve said it for seven years and it doesn’t help. But the fact of the matter is I haven’t.”
Very reliable sources are reporting that Lance Armstrong will admit to using performance enhancing drugs in an interview to air Thursday on OWN with Oprah.
It appears that Lance Armstrong has himself a new mantra: Livesmug. The 41-year-old disgraced cyclist was recently stripped of his seven Tour de France victories because of doping, but being stripped of the titles apparently doesn’t mean Lance had to return his yellow jerseys because he posted a photo lounging in front of them on Twitter over the weekend along with the tweet, “Back in Austin and just layin’ around…”
After a devastating and comprehensive report from the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency accusing Lance Armstrong of spearheading, “the most sophisticated, professionalized and successful doping program that sport has ever seen,” sponsor Nike has dropped the cyclist from their contract. Read the company’s statement and let us know what you think of the decision considering they still endorse Michael Vick and Tiger Woods.
Lance Armstrong’s reign as biking god has been proven to be a fraud by the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency, which released a report with undeniable evidence that the cancer survivor was the ringleader for a massive doping conspiracy.
Find out which drugs he used, and how he avoided getting caught.
According to my calculations, legendary cyclist and testicular cancer survivor Lance Armstrong has been on 478,349 magazine covers. Apparently #478,350 really ticked him off. Lance took his ire over the recent cover for Outside Magazine right to his Twitter page. See what he had to say and the photoshopped shirt that had him so enraged.
Lance Armstrong looks to finish in third place as 2007 Tour winner Alberto Contador held on to the the yellow jacket in stage 20 of the Tour de France on Saturday. The 20th stage was a 104-mile course that ended with a grueling 13-mile climb up Mont Ventoux, a barren mountaintop crowded with thousands of [...]
Pierrick Fedrigo (France) came out ahead Sunday, July 12 in the ninth stage of Tour de France 2009, while Rinaldo Nocentini (Italy) kept his yellow shirt and remained in first place overall despite coming in at 24 this stage. The ninth stage, more than 160km spanning from Saint Gaudens to Tarbes, saw Franco Pellizotti (Italy) [...]