Lance Armstrong’s legal team argued Tuesday that his Tour de France victories were worth far more to sponsor U.S. Postal Service than they were to him.
WADA director general David Howman says Lance Armstrong has not done enough to get his life ban reduced and that his latest attempt for rehabilitation is coming too late.
A person with knowledge of the meeting tells the AP that cyclist Lance Armstrong talked last week with the head of the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency in hopes of potentially reducing his lifetime ban.
Lance Armstrong is getting back on his bike this October in Austin, this time to ride and raise money for the charity that he founded and was later pressured to leave.
Armstrong’s girlfriend, Anna Hansen, originally told police she was behind the wheel in the Dec. 28 accident in icy conditions but later confessed that she lied to avoid media attention.
A three-man arbitration panel has ordered Lance Armstrong and Tailwind Sports to pay $10 million in a fraud dispute with a promotions company.
Armstrong initially allowed his girlfriend to take the blame for hitting two parked vehicles last December in Aspen, Colorado.
Two of Lance Armstrong’s longtime business partners have agreed to pay the federal government $500,000 to settle a whistleblower lawsuit filed by a former teammate, Floyd Landis.
USA Cycling says Lance Armstrong can’t ride in a South Carolina event this weekend with several of his former U.S. Postal Service teammates.
Doug Ulman, the CEO of the cancer charity Livestrong, is leaving after 14 years, a period in which the small local charity grew into a $500 million global brand.
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The Livestrong cancer charity reports a sharp downturn in donations and revenue in 2013 after founder Lance Armstrong admitted taking performance-enhancing drugs during most of his record-setting cycling career.