Lance Armstrong

Lance Armstrong admits he would dope all over again if given the chance

After winning the Tour De France 7 consecutive times and becoming one of the world’s most famous and admired athletes, Lance Armstrong quickly fell from grace after admitting to using performance enhancing drugs. It’s been two years since his last interview, and Lance is finally sitting down for a one-on-one in which he confesses to some pretty startling admissions. Read on to get all the details.

Detailed list of Lance Armstrong’s cocktail of performance-enhancing drugs

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.

Lance Armstrong tweets photo lounging in front of Tour de France yellow jerseys

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…”

Nike dumps Lance Armstrong after keeping Tiger Woods and Michael Vick

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.