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#Lance Armstrong report

# lance-armstrong-report - Saturday 15 December, 2012

Doctor: 'I never saw Lance Armstrong dope'

Michele Ferrari has said he did not see the cyclist take drugs.

# lance-armstrong-report - Friday 14 December, 2012

By 'eck! Tour de France to start in Yorkshire in 2014 TDF

By 'eck! Tour de France to start in Yorkshire in 2014

The Grand Départ will be hosted in the north of England in a couple of years’ time, organisers have revealed.

# lance-armstrong-report - Thursday 13 December, 2012

Cycling: Wiggins could target Tour defence after all TDF

Cycling: Wiggins could target Tour defence after all

The Tour champion previously hinted he’d concentrate on other events next summer.

# lance-armstrong-report - Wednesday 28 November, 2012

Doping 'much bigger' than just Armstrong, says Hamilton

“I’m sympathetic towards Lance Armstrong, it’s not easy,” the former Postal rider said.

# lance-armstrong-report - Monday 19 November, 2012

Mark Cavendish says he's 'okay' after training session collision

Cavendish’s accident happened less than two weeks after Tour de France winner Bradley Wiggins were knocked off their bikes in Britain.

# lance-armstrong-report - Thursday 15 November, 2012

Lance Armstrong case: Cancer charity drops shamed rider's name

The news comes days after the former cycling hero formally cut ties with Livestrong.

# lance-armstrong-report - Wednesday 14 November, 2012

UCI optimistic it can win drug war UCI

UCI optimistic it can win drug war

Chief medical officer Dr Mario Zorzoli has backed the anti-doping advancements cycling has adopted.

# lance-armstrong-report - Tuesday 13 November, 2012

WADA calls for wider effort to tackle sports doping

‘WADA isn’t in a position to tackle this type of sophisticated cheating,’ the organisation says of its resources.

# lance-armstrong-report - Monday 12 November, 2012

Lance Armstrong case: shamed rider formally cuts ties with Livestrong

The organisation says Armstrong stepped down from the board to spare Livestrong any negative effects resulting from the controversy surrounding his cycling career.

# lance-armstrong-report - Sunday 11 November, 2012

Has anybody seen Lance Armstrong lately?

Oh, there he is.

# lance-armstrong-report - Thursday 8 November, 2012

Lance Armstrong case: Former US Postal rider has chance to tell all

David George admitted doping after a recent positive test.

# lance-armstrong-report - Wednesday 7 November, 2012

UCI chief Pat McQuaid asks CAS president to help choose inquiry team

The inquiry is seen as a key to restoring the UCI’s damaged credibility following the Lance Armstrong affair.

Disgraced US cyclist Landis drops appeal

The one-time tour champion had been accused of using a hacker to get documents from an anti-doping lab.

# lance-armstrong-report - Tuesday 6 November, 2012

Cycling: Former Giro champ Michele Scarponi suspended by team

Scarponi, who was suspended for 18 months in 2007 following the Operation Puerto scandal, now faces further censure for meeting Ferrari.

# lance-armstrong-report - Monday 5 November, 2012

'Hangin' in there' -- Lance Armstrong tweets this update TDF

'Hangin' in there' -- Lance Armstrong tweets this update

Looks pretty relaxed.

UCI investigating Vinokourov Liege 'payoff' claim

Vinokourov, banned for blood doping in 2007-2009, faces claims he paid Russian rival Alexandre Kolobnev €150,000 to secure his second victory in cycling’s oldest one-day classic.

# lance-armstrong-report - Thursday 1 November, 2012

Paul Kimmage lodges his own criminal complaint against cycling bosses

The journalist has taken legal action against UCI President Pat McQuaid and former President Hein Verbruggen.

IOC opens probe into Armstrong's Olympic medal

Armstrong won bronze in the time trial at the 2000 Sydney Olympics. Hope he knows where the medal is.

# lance-armstrong-report - Wednesday 31 October, 2012

Insurers ask Lance Armstrong to repay bonus millions

Potential legal action could come in connection with false testimony given by Armstrong during an arbitration hearing in 2006.

Lance Armstrong case: ban flouted anti-doping law, say experts

The Texan rider may even have grounds for appeal to the Court of Arbitration for Sport over the decision, it has been suggested.

# lance-armstrong-report - Tuesday 30 October, 2012

Don't worry everyone... Lance Armstrong says he's 'alive and well in Hawaii'

The shamed cyclist is relaxing despite everything.

# lance-armstrong-report - Monday 29 October, 2012

Steven de Jongh the latest to leave Team Sky

Sports Director has left the team after admitting doping offence earlier in career.

# lance-armstrong-report - Friday 26 October, 2012

UCI's Kimmage lawsuit suspended, Tour de France races to have no winner

Meanwhile, UCI also confirmed that Lance Armstrong will be forced to pay back all his race winnings.

# lance-armstrong-report - Thursday 25 October, 2012

Julich leaves Team Sky because of doping past

Julich had been with Team Sky for two seasons, and team principal Dave Brailsford says “there have been no doubts about his work with us.”

Cycling legend Greg LeMond calls on UCI chief Pat McQuaid to resign TDF

Cycling legend Greg LeMond calls on UCI chief Pat McQuaid to resign

“I donated money for Paul Kimmage’s defense, and I am willing to donate a lot more, but I would like to use it to lobby for dramatic change in cycling,” the three-time tour champ writes.

Wiggins targets Giro and tips Froome for Tour

“My objective will be the Giro (d’Italia),” Wiggins said at the 2013 Tour de France route presentation in the French capital.

# lance-armstrong-report - Wednesday 24 October, 2012

End of the road? Punishing route could work against Bradley Wiggins' defence

The Team Sky leader will have his work cut out to keep up with the likes of Alberto Contador in the mountains next summer.

100th Tour de France to finish at nightfall TDF

100th Tour de France to finish at nightfall

Four summit finishes have been included in the race, not least a climb to Semnoz in the Alps on the penultimate day, which is likely to determine the winner.

Lance Armstrong case: Cavendish urges shamed rider to come clean TDF

Lance Armstrong case: Cavendish urges shamed rider to come clean

“If you’ve done something, confess. That anyone can damage the sport I love right now, it’s frustrating,” he said.

Lance Armstrong case: Alpe d'Huez mayor wants to turn corner on rider TDF

Lance Armstrong case: Alpe d'Huez mayor wants to turn corner on rider

The official wants to strip Armstrong’s name from two corners named after him on the legendary climb.

# lance-armstrong-report - Tuesday 23 October, 2012

Lance Armstrong has removed 'Tour De France winner' from his Twitter bio

Next step: ‘unfriend’ Tyler Hamilton on Facebook.

Lance Armstrong case: Spanish great Indurain defends Armstrong

“Even now I believe in his innocence. He has always respected all the regulations… He has won all the cases he’s had,” said Indurain,.

Another Armstrong teammate admits doping

Norwegian rider Steffen Kjaergaard said doping was endemic in Armstrong’s US Postal team.

‘I run the show’ and 13 other things Pat McQuaid said on RTÉ this morning

The UCI President gave a wide-ranging interview on RTÉ Radio 1 as cycling continues to deal with the fall-out from the Lance Armstrong case.

Lance Armstrong report: 'There was no positive test to cover up,' says McQuaid

UCI boss Pat McQuaid admits that the world cycling body may have been wiser to turn down financial donations from disgraced former champion Lance Armstrong.

# lance-armstrong-report - Monday 22 October, 2012

Peace and reconciliation? USADA wants probe to restore cycling’s name

The man who led the probe, Tyler Tygart, says an independent commission is required to learn the facts about doping.

Pat McQuaid: UCI to continue legal action against Paul Kimmage

“This is about a journalist who accused me and my predecessor and the UCI of being corrupt. It’s a straight-forward defamation case,” the UCI chief said.

After the ban: Stripped of his titles, this is Lance Armstrong's new race record

Hey, at least you still have that Tour of Luxembourg stage win…

Lance Armstrong - downfall of a sporting icon

This afternoon’s announcement from the UCI that the Texan would lose his seven Tour titles leaves his legacy in tatters.

UCI chiefs ban Lance Armstrong, upholds USADA doping ban

Irishman Pat McQuaid insisted he would not be resigning his position as UCI chief in the wake of the scandal.