Lance Armstrong doping
Only by accepting the realities of doping, as we would any criminal other activity, will we eradicate it.
Mo Farah's coach, Alberto Salazar, has denied the allegations of doping made against him in a 12,000-word open letter. The
The World Anti Doping Agency (WADA) is forever chasing the so-called cheat, but without ever standing a realistic chance of beating them... Eventually, like it or not, we will come to realize that doping in sport can be managed but not defeated.
If it weren't Armstrong, it would have been the other guy. And, let's face it, there was a peloton full of other guys to choose from, for more than sixty years. Now, Armstrong reaps what he has sown, and quite deservedly. He took the risk of cheating, and, caught, he pays the price.
Lance Armstrong has admitted he would still be lying about his doping past if he wasn't so spectacularly exposed two years
Jan Ullrich believes Lance Armstrong should still be regarded as a seven-time Tour de France champion and that the results
Disgraced cyclist Lance Armstrong has called for a US Government lawsuit against him to be dismissed. Armstrong, 41, is accused
Cycling cheat Lance Armstrong says the sport cannot reform while Pat McQuaid remains president of the Union Cycliste Internationale
Lance Armstrong is being sued by the US government, accused of defrauding the Postal Service by taking millions of dollars
There are plenty of clichés in sport. Easy to blurt out lines or repetitions of commonly held views which soon become the