Lance Armstrong

Disgraced former Tour de France champ Lance Armstrong is no stranger to competing under the influence and appears to have
Everybody likes a good story of courage and overcoming the odds. But we are misguided to assume that excellence in a sport or in a public forum also means excellence in life, in living, and in the task of being human. What is truly courageous, basketball star Charles Barkley once said, is "a father or mother who gets up every morning to go to work to put food on the table for his family."
Lance Armstrong has admitted he would still be lying about his doping past if he wasn't so spectacularly exposed two years
For British fans, given the World Cup results, Andy Murray's crash out of Wimbledon, and the minimal numbers of British champs selected for the Tour line up, this has turned out to be the 'anti-year' in British sport, the opposite of 2012.
Meeting the champions was a thrill for child and adult alike throughout England this week, and led to television commentators declaring that "the spirit that made the Olympics such a success two years ago is still very much alive today in Britain"...
Bernard Hinault and Greg LeMond - one of cycling's most passionate rivalries And just as that political deal ended in tears
For many though, whatever the scale of Wiggo, Cav and Froome's achievements as British cyclists, the long shadow of the sport's drug problems remains so impenetrable as to cast such successes in doubt.
If Lance Armstrong’s name is undoubtedly that most associated with the scandal that has surrounded modern cycling for the
Sir Bradley Wiggins has revealed he had to move his children to a new school because of harassment following his Tour de
In 2009 Alex Gibney was hired to make a film about Lance Armstrong’s comeback to cycling. The project was shelved when the