Tyler Hamilton’s lengthy interview with “60 Minutes” may have irrevocably dented Lance Armstrong’s continued protestations of innocence–but nobody who knows anything about cycling can possibly be surprised.
With accusations piling up against cyclist Lance Armstrong, John said it’s another sign that the issue of performance enhancing drugs isn’t going away.
Lance Armstrong is leaving professional racing behind for good. And that now means that Armstrong won’t participate as hoped in the 2011 Amgen Tour of California.
Lance Armstrong, the seven-time winner of the Tour of France, still has apparently not committed to the 2011 Amgen Tour of California, race officials indicated.
The Tour of California bicycle race has strengthened its anti-doping program and have the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency, not cycling’s governing body, oversee in-competition testing.
(CBS/ET) – The Tour de France champ welcomed his fifth child, tweeting: “Olivia Marie Armstrong has arrived!” He later wrote: “Good morning! Thanks to you all for the support and well wishes. Momma and Olivia […]
The largest professional cycling race in the U.S. will start at Lake Tahoe for the first time next May, but the change also means that some familiar tops will not be part of the 2011 tour.
PARIS (AP) _ Alberto Contador won his third Tour de France in four years on Sunday, heralding the arrival of a new cycling superstar even as seven-time champion Lance Armstrong finished the race for the […]