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  1. 'I'm a clean athlete', insists Mo FarahRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | News Today

    ... for heart and muscle disorders. The Sunday Times reported that Salazar boasted to disgraced cyclist Lance Armstrong about the "incredible performance boosting effects of the substance." "Lance call me asap! We have tested it and it's amazing," ...

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  2. Mo Farah, coach Alberto Salazar hit back at new drugs claimsRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | The Daily Millbury

    ... nished."According to The Sunday Times, the leaked documents contain emails from Salazar to disgraced cyclist Lance Armstrong in 2011 in which the athletics coach boa...

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  3. Alberto Salazar former deputy at Nike Project makes claimsRead the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | Daily Mail

    ... is almost unbelievable with a supplement.' According to the Sunday Times, an excited Salazar then emailed Lance Armstrong to sing the praises of the L-carnitine. 'It's almost a dark shame of mine because retrospectively I think 'why did I let myself ...

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  4. 'I'm a clean athlete' insists Mo Farah1 hour agoRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | India.com

    ... for heart and muscle disorders. The Sunday Times reported that Salazar boasted to disgraced cyclist Lance Armstrong about the "'incredible' performance boosting effects of the substance." "Lance call me asap! We have tested it and it's amazing," ...

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  5. Why did a Giant Kanye West Oscar Statue Appear in LA?Read the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | The Oak Ridge Observer

    ... to actor Phillip Seymour Hoffman's death from a 2014 drug overdose - and a third depicting steroid-plagued Lance Armstrong hooked up to an IV and riding on a bike. "Until there's an issue in his life or a hiccup in his career, then we crucify him", ...

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  6. Sir Mo Farah: I'm a clean athleteRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | Evening Times

    ... 50 millilitres in the space of six hours are prohibited. The Sunday Times claims Salazar even boasted to Lance Armstrong of the "amazing" benefits of the drug before the disgraced former cyclist's downfall. The newspaper says that the USADA report ...

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  7. Zuma statue can just waitRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | Iol.co.za

    ... OJ Simpson was a model citizen until they discovered corpses in his cupboard; disgraced champion cyclist Lance Armstrong could do no wrong, until the world discovered he was in fact Mr Dope. By no stretch of the imagination can Zuma be regarded as a ...

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  8. LETTERS: "The incentives offered usually do not involve any of...Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Daytona Beach News-Journal Online

    ... of energy in the world -    Don Kane I recently read an article in The News-Journal concerning Lance Armstrong's pending $100 million federal government lawsuit. I had to sit back and reflect on how much my opinion of him had changed. ...

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  9. Kiwi company turns plastic waste into high-quality concreteRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The New Zealand Herald

    ... is former cycling champion Stephen Swart, famed for being the first person to blow the whistle on drug cheat Lance Armstrong. Barrow said Plaztuff was seven times lighter than steel, and can also be used in place of stainless steel, aluminium, ...

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  10. Sir Mo Farah was 'put at risk by coach Alberto Salazar'Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Daily Mail

    ... with Salazar apparently boasting about the powerful effects of the substance to his close friend Lance Armstrong; Salazar risked the health of his athletes, Farah among them, by providing to improve testosterone levels and boost recovery, despite no ...

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  11. Leaked document suggests USADA investigation into Nike Oregon Project centers on...Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Oregonian

    ... Sunday Times of London. It includes an email from Oregon Project coach Alberto Salazar to disgraced cyclist Lance Armstrong touting the benefits of L-carnitine. According to the Sunday Times, the document states USADA has "substantial and ...

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  12. Sport24.co.za | Armstrong fraud trial set for NovemberRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | News24

    Disgraced cyclist Lance Armstrong's battle against a $100 million lawsuit brought by the US government over whether he committed fraud by doping has been set to go to trial on November 6. US District Judge Christopher Cooper is set to hear the case in Washington, having denied Armstrong's request to throw out the case. The US Justice Department is seeking damages from Armstrong claiming he defrauded the government when he cheated while riding for a team sponsored by the US Postal Service.

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  13. Paul Lewis: Cheats never prosper, but what about Livestrong?Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | The New Zealand Herald

    News of Lance Armstrong facing a US$100m lawsuit in November which could ruin him financially - with fellow cycling drug-taker Floyd Landis standing to benefit - further underlines the tawdriness of performance-enhancing drugs in sport. Armstrong was in New Zealand recently, making a TV commercial and holding a cycling event where hundreds of celebrity-struck Kiwis turned out to ride a bike alongside him.

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  14. Lance Armstrong fraud trial set for NovemberRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 24 | Channelnewsasia.com

    Disgraced cyclist Lance Armstrong's battle against a $100 million lawsuit brought by the US government over whether he committed fraud by doping has been set to go to trial on November 6. The US Justice Department is seeking damages from Lance Armstrong, pictured here, claiming he defrauded the government when he cheated while riding for a team sponsored by the US Postal Service AFP/Gail Oskin WASHINGTON: Disgraced cyclist Lance Armstrong's battle against a US$100 million lawsuit brought by the US government over whether he committed fraud by doping has been set to go to trial on Nov 6. US District Judge Christopher Cooper is set to hear the case in Washington, having denied Armstrong's request to throw out the case.

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  15. Armstrong handed Nov court dateRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 24 | Sky Sports

    Lance Armstrong's battle against a $100 million lawsuit brought by the US government over whether he committed fraud by doping has been set to go to trial on November 6. US District Judge Christopher Cooper is set to hear the case in Washington, having denied Armstrong's request to throw out the case. The US Justice Department is seeking damages from Armstrong claiming he defrauded the government when he cheated while riding for a team sponsored by the US Postal Service.

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  16. Date set for Lance Armstrong 'whistleblower' lawsuitRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 23 | Cycling News

    Lance Armstrong talks with fans upon his arrival in Rodez, southwest France, after riding a stage of The Tour De France for a leukaemia charity Lance Armstrong looks on upon his arrival in Rodez, southwest France, after riding a stage of The Tour De France for a leukaemia charity Lance Armstrong looks on upon his arrival in Rodez, southwest France, after riding a stage of The Tour De France for a leukaemia charity Lance Armstrong talks with a reporter upon his arrival in Rodez, southwest France, after riding a stage of The Tour De France for a leukaemia charity A district court judge has denied Lance Armstrong's request for a delay in the US government's False Claims Act suit against him and former US Postal Service team owners Tailwind Sports, setting the trial date for November 6 in Washington, D.C. The government alleges that Armstrong defrauded the USPS by "actively concealing the ... (more)

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  17. Sport Philosophy Now, by Matthew McNeesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 23 | Podium Cafe

    Title: Sport Philosophy Now - The Culture of Sports after the Lance Armstrong Scandal Author: Matthew James McNees Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Year: 2016 Pages: 261 Order: Rowman What it is: Marxist theory, post-structuralism, Lance Armstrong and the problems with sport Strengths: Reading books you disagree with sharpens your thinking, they say Weaknesses: It's as transgressive as a transformative hermeneutics of sport can be expected to be "The whole of Lance Armstrong's career can be boiled down to an unexplainable desire commodified and simplistically marketed, and thereby crushed , by entities like Nike Inc, who replaced the authentic but dangerous and antisocial unconscious desire with the simple representation of 'Just Do It.'

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  18. Lance Armstrong: Banned cyclist faces November trial in 79m USA lawsuitRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 24 | The Oak Ridge Observer

    The U.S. government wants Lance Armstrong to pay back sponsorship money after he admitted cheating his way to his Tour de France wins A trial date for November has been set by the judge in the federal whistleblower case against Lance Armstrong and the management company of the United States Postal Service team. Should the former Tour de France victor and cancer survivor have to pay for his doping and the lies he told about it so many years ago? The government wants Armstrong to pay back money the US Postal Service paid his team for sponsorship, plus triple damages.

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  19. Lance Armstrong faces November trial in $100 million lawsuitRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 24 | Norwalk Citizen News

    Lance Armstrong is to go to trial to face a US government lawsuit seeking $100m in damages from the former champion cyclist. Lance Armstrong 'whistleblower' lawsuit cleared for jury trial - damages could tally $96.8 million https://t.co/M6Rq5V797A pic.twitter.com/abrcC1mOOn- Cyclingnews.com February 13, 2017 The US justice department has accused Armstrong of defrauding the government by accepting millions of dollars of sponsorship money from the US postal service, while engaged in secret, systematic doping.

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  20. SoulCycle: The high-octane, candle-filled spinning studio has landed in CanadaRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 23 | The Globe and Mail

    ... more intense that I expected. It only gets harder. We start doing crunches and then push-ups as we pedal at Lance Armstrong speeds. We grab two little two-pound dumbbells from beneath our saddles and do curls and throw punches with them. My shirt is ...

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