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  1. Rio Olympics 2016: Russian rewards 'make me sick' - former anti-doping chiefRead the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | The New Zealand Herald

    ... [no one will come forward and] we risk going back to the old omerta system which we thought we'd beaten post-Lance Armstrong. The rules are now broken."

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  2. Athletes don't need to dope to break records, says Olympian Khadevis RobinsonRead the original story

    21 hrs ago | Sporting News

    US cyclist Lance Armstrong answers to journalists' questions prior to cycle two stages of The Tour for a leukaemia charity a day ahead of the competing riders, on July 16, 2015. It will be his first appearance at the Tour -- albeit a day ahead of the bonanza's arrival in each venue -- since he was stripped of the seven titles he won from 1999 to 2005 for doping.

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  3. Tripple Overtime: Ryan Lochte isn't the only lying U.S. athleteRead the original story

    Thursday | Coastal Point

    ... and ditching iPhones, Bill and Tom will forever remain America's Cheathearts, whether they done it or not. a Lance Armstrong - For Lance Armstrong, while "It's Not About the Bike," it's most certainly about the performance-enhancing drugs. ...

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  4. Fighting against doping a constant battleRead the original story

    Yesterday | China Daily

    ... risk of stroke and myocardial infarction. In one of the greatest doping scandals of the 21st century, Lance Armstrong, seven-time Tour de France winner, was found to have used it after years of denial. Some athletes also resort to so-called blood ...

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  5. Tripple Overtime - " Ryan Lochte isn't the only lying U.S. athleteRead the original story

    Thursday | Coastal Point

    ... and ditching iPhones, Bill and Tom will forever remain America's Cheathearts, whether they done it or not. a Lance Armstrong - For Lance Armstrong, while "It's Not About the Bike," it's most certainly about the performance-enhancing drugs. ...

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  6. TV needs to bring back the talk show apology tour for Ryan Lochte, Nate Parker and other offendersRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Los Angeles Times

    ... the path to redemption was clear: Twenty Hail Marys and a long sit-down with Oprah, (two nights if you were Lance Armstrong.) A much publicized Barbara Walters special, or a tough-but-fair interview with Katie Couric or Diane Sawyer. Humbly enduring ...

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  7. inCycle: Chris Froome recounts his third Tour de France victory - VideoRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 18 | Cycling News

    ... There weren't really the best role models to look at then. I got to a stage - obviously following the Lance Armstrong era with guys like Ivan Basso and Lance Armstrong battling it out - I got to a stage where I actually stopped idolising those kind ...

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  8. Proposition 29 Defeated ... 'Again'Read the original story w/Photo

    Jun 23, 2012 | CSP

    ... the state. A coalition of groups including the American Cancer Society and cycling great and cancer survivor Lance Armstrong were prominent supporters of the initiative. Plunge in oil prices sets the stage for record margins and boost in in-store ...

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  9. Dear obviously male cyclist who defaced my sweet signRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 23 | City Pages

    ... diversity of people who ride bikes. There are little kids. There are moms and dads. There are angry looking Lance Armstrong types. There are mountain bikers with jean shorts. (Holla!) There are artists riding devices that do not look safe. All of ...

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  10. The Future of the Anti-Doping FightRead the original story

    Tuesday Aug 23 | Project Syndicate

    ... for stroke and myocardial infarction. In one of the greatest doping scandals of the twenty-first century, Lance Armstrong, seven-time Tour de France winner, was found to have used it after years of denial. Some athletes also resort to so-called ...

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  11. Once in a lifetime cycling trip ticked off bucket listRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 22 | Manawatu Standard

    ... "oldies" raced off to France in July to complete a cycling circuit based on the Tour de France drugs cheat Lance Armstrong "won" in 2000. Cyclists, from left, Stuart McKenzie, Wayne Butcher and Robert Larsen, completed a version of the Tour de ...

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  12. Cashless society: Clueless societyRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 22 | Vanguard

    ... line telephones are all still working; their postal systems are still working, jobs are still important: Lance Armstrong was supported by US Post. Which Post Office in Nigeria can support a kindergarten bicycle race? We have no electricity? What is ...

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  13. Here's How Much Ryan Lochte Lost in His Sponsorship Deals Following the Rio Robbery ScandalRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 22 | E! Online

    ... told us. "You look at other athletes who have done, certainly in their case more embarrassing things, like Lance Armstrong or Tiger Woods , and they paid the price in sponsorships. Lochte has somewhat of a reputation for acting up already, so ...

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  14. Ryan Lochte and the Dying Art of the Public Lie: Why It's Simply...Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 22 | E! Online

    ... wrong. That at least has tended to be the case with the more bold-faced lies told in recent memory, from Lance Armstrong repeatedly denying doping charges and John Edwards continuing to insist he didn't father a child with mistress Rielle Hunter ...

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  15. A sports fan desperately in need of a back pageRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 22 | OpEdNews

    ... were inflated by steroids. I watched a movie recently, "The Program," which details the lengths to which Lance Armstrong (If ever there was a name for a sports hero, that was it) went to win the Tour de France -- seven times. Armstrong, who survived ...

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  16. Bill Turnbull on life after BBC Breakfast: "It's a real pleasure not to be governed by ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Aug 21 | Radio Times

    ... we haven't settled in because of builders. I saw Euro 2016, The People v OJ Simpson and the Storyville about Lance Armstrong, but we're not watching much TV. There is a sofa, but it doesn't get sat on much. Any sofa is different from that. a I ...

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  17. Russian anti-doping lab tampering 'doesn't have that big an impact' on cycling, says CooksonRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Aug 20 | Cycling News

    ... to the post, Cookson promised reform of the governing body in the wake of USADA's Reasoned Decision on the Lance Armstrong affair, and he maintains that cycling has done more than other sports in response to the issue of doping. "I don't want to be ...

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  18. KHQ's Cory Howard puts his Olympic dreams to the testRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Aug 20 | KHQ-TV Spokane

    ... Or at least Matt said it was. He could have just been trying to make me feel better. Matt told me that Lance Armstrong, at his very worst following his chemotherapy treatment, scored a 60 ml/kg/min. That's someone who just finished chemo! Other ...

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  19. Rio 2016: Cycling boss slams Olympic sports for being 'in denial' over drug problemsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 19 | The Age

    ... their doping "problems" and policing, he replied: "I think people can make up their own minds about that." Lance Armstrong's exposure as a systematic cheat in October 2012 shattered the reputation of road cycling and the sport's governing body. Rio ...

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  20. Ricka s List: Welcome, tourists! editionRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 19 | The Day

    ... or train station so they can go somewhere else. They all casually sport Tiger Woods-quality golf clubs or Lance Armstrong bicycles or kangaroo-skin kayaks or board shorts signed in blood by Shaun White or beach bags made from the skin of a ...

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