The big screen lost a legend, while sports lost their greatest motivator.
There’s a catch to the story about a fan who nearly caught a ball at the Home Run Derby with his bare hand: It never happened.
Headlines that shaped and transcended the sports world in 2013.
Wall Street Journal Jornalist Reed Albergotti authored Wheelman: Lance Armstrong, the Tour de France, and the Greatest Sports Conspiracy Ever
From allegations Ray Lewis used a performance enhancing drugs in the form of deer antler spray, Joe Flacco’s ignorant referral to next year’s Super Bowl as “retarded”, the 49er’s Chris Culliver’s anti-gay comments and apology […]
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.
Tyler Hamilton sat down with Scott Pelley and discussed Lance Armstrong and doping. Is this the smoking gun? See for yourself.
Lance Armstrong reacts to the 60 minutes piece that is set to air on Sunday. Read the Daily Beast article.
Cyclist Tyler Hamilton sits down with 60 Minutes and talks about seeing Lance Armstrong take performance enhancing drugs. Read the story and watch the clip here.
The Internet and social media have made hooking up much more open and accessible to everyone, and that would include those that can be described as sex addicts. Author Benoit Denizet Lewis discussed the subject […]
Lance Armstrong dismissed as “nonsense” a reported claim by Greg LeMond that the seven-time Tour de France champion tried to pay someone $300,000 to say LeMond used a banned drug.
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.