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SEATTLE — When cyclist Lance Armstrong was found to have used performance-enhancing drugs last fall, he was publicly disgraced, stripped of his seven Tour de France titles and banned from the sport for life. When outfielder Melky Cabrera tested...
Whenever the questions turn to drugs, Bud Selig has two talking points. First, Selig inevitably says that baseball has the toughest drug policy in American sports. This is true. Second, Selig points out that he commissioned the Mitchell Report and...
Bud Selig, baseball's commissioner, declared the game's steroid era "clearly a thing of the past" and the use of banned performance-enhancing substances "virtually nonexistent." It was January 2010, and former home run champion Mark McGwire had just...
Nike has already separated itself from Lance Armstrong, dropping its sponsorship of the disgraced cyclist in October after the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency exposed him as the ringleader of a team doping program. Now the sports shoe and clothing company is...
Tags: Charity, Cycling, Sports, Livestrong Foundation, Social Issues
Mexico's Juan Manuel Marquez has bypassed an immediate fifth fight against Manny Pacquiao to instead square off with world welterweight champion Timothy Bradley of Palm Springs. Calling the planned fight at Las Vegas Thomas and Mack Center on Sept. 14...
The Lance Armstrong doping scandal continues to reverberate through Spain, where authorities have launched an investigation into several figures allegedly linked to the American cyclist. Prosecutors are looking at Spanish citizens mentioned in the U.S....
Tags: Cycling, Sports, Andy Murray, Tour de France, Cycling Trial
Travis Tygart, who is the head of the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency, told a French government senate hearing Thursday that he wants Lance Armstrong to provide information detailing the alleged complicity of cycling's governing body, the International Cycling...
Tags: Tyrann Mathieu, Cycling, NFL Draft, Sports, Football
Lance Armstrong won't be returning to competition this weekend after all. The disgraced former cyclist, who has been banned for life from all events sanctioned by the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency, decided not to take part in three distance events in the...
Lance Armstrong is now in trouble with the U.S. government. The Justice Department has joined a lawsuit filed two years ago by another disgraced cyclist, Floyd Landis, MSNBC.com was first to report on Friday. The government could claim that it was...
Lance Armstrong’s interest in cooperating with anti-doping authorities does not include plans to speak to the agency that most thoroughly detailed the transgressions that left him stripped of his seven Tour de France cycling titles. Armstrong on...
Well, well. Two famous men, both wanting to give back. No wonder that hackneyed phrase “give back” makes my skin crawl. Lance Armstrong is reportedly volunteering to “help clean up” cycling and become the repentant poster boy...
A promotion company based sued Lance Armstrong on Thursday, seeking the repayment of $12 million in bonuses that the firm paid Armstrong for winning the Tour de France. Dallas-based SCA Promotions, which contends it was conned out of the money by...
Tags: Cycling, Sports, Allen Iverson, Tour de France, Lance Armstrong
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