He did it. He finally admitted it. Lance Armstrong doped.
On the day that Lance Armstrong’s confession goes public on Oprah’s TV show, the head of a Minnesota biking organization is calling for sweeping reforms in the sport.
Seven and a half years ago, Lance Armstrong told CNN’s Larry King, “I’ve never doped. I can say it again, but I’ve said it for seven years. It doesn’t help.”
Jean Mangan is not only an avid cyclist, but she also works with cancer patients, and she’s especially disheartened by the news about Lance Armstrong being stripped of his seven Tour de France titles.
A ruling has favored the National Football League in the lawsuit surrounding the Minnesota Vikings’ “Williams Wall.”
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Lance Armstrong said Wednesday he will cooperate with a “fair investigation” but not a “witch hunt” into allegations that he and his former cycling team were involved in doping.