Oct 27, 2012 · LANCE ARMSTRONG may have been stripped of his seven Tour de France titles and barred from Olympic sports for life after a report from the United States Anti-Doping …
Cycling – Armstrong turned down titles doping deal. Disgraced cyclist Lance Armstrong was offered a deal to confess to doping which would have seen him keep five of his Tour de France titles. Find this Pin …
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Armstrong’s Fortune Likely to Withstand Doping Charges [H]e is still a rich man, with an estimated net worth of $125 million.
Aug 24, 2012 · Lance Armstrong said Thursday he would not fight doping charges brought by United States authorities, which means he is likely to lose his seven Tour de France titles.
will do ‘anything’ to survive «Armstrong’s Fortune Likely to Withstand Doping Charges» NY Times Does the public shame mean that others will be discouraged from attempting to cheat? Considering his fortune is $125 million shame will not be enough to stop athletes from pursuing what is so clearly in their interest. And it is the same with
Cyclist Lance Armstrong has fallen hard after admitting to doping while winning seven Tour de France titles. his retirement assets will likely stay out of reach from the courts.
NEW YORK — Lance Armstrong’s decision to not contest the allegations against him brought by the United States Anti-Doping Agency (USADA) has left him banned from the sport for life and
The effort convened a grand jury to investigate doping charges, including: taking statements under oath from Armstrong’s former team members and other associates; met with officials from France, Belgium, Spain, and Italy; and requested samples from the French Anti-Doping Agency (AFLD).
For Armstrong, it’s likely a case of damage control since this latest investigation goes beyond anecdotal evidence of previous inquiries. The agency says it has actual proof, including blood samples from 2009 and 2010 that show Armstrong used performance-enhancing drugs.
Anything less than comprehensive and unambigous evidence of Armstrong’s alleged doping – as well as charges of conspiracy to cheat – must be presented to the world.
The last couple of weeks have been a tale of two Armstrongs – which are you going to be known as? Neil vs. Lance. Lance Armstong hit the news recently for finally folding to doping charges which are likely to lead to him being stripped of 7 Tour de France titles and years and years of hard work.