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#World Anti-Doping Code

# world-anti-doping-code - Friday 11 April, 2014

Armstrong provides names in written testimony

The testimony came in written answers to questions in a lawsuit that was settled in late 2013.

# world-anti-doping-code - Wednesday 4 September, 2013

Judge orders Lance Armstrong to answer doping questions

One insurer wants to know when Pat McQuaid first learned of Armstrong’s doping.

# world-anti-doping-code - Monday 15 July, 2013

I'm no cheat like Lance Armstrong, says Chris Froome TDF

I'm no cheat like Lance Armstrong, says Chris Froome

“To compare me with Lance… Lance cheated, I’m not cheating. End of story,” the British rider said today.

# world-anti-doping-code - Friday 28 June, 2013

‘Impossible to win Tour without doping’ – Armstrong TDF

‘Impossible to win Tour without doping’ – Armstrong

“To take one example, EPO will not help a sprinter to win a 100m but it will be decisive for a 10,000m runner. It’s obvious.”

# world-anti-doping-code - Thursday 27 June, 2013

Cycling election hopeful Cookson hits back at Pat McQuaid criticism TDF

Cycling election hopeful Cookson hits back at Pat McQuaid criticism

McQuaid dubbed his plans “half baked, fundamentally flawed and financially impractical”.

# world-anti-doping-code - Monday 24 June, 2013

Doping inquiry would call on McQuaid's predecessor Verbruggen, says UCI challenger

Brian Cookson is taking on Pat McQuaid in the battle for control of cycling.

# world-anti-doping-code - Wednesday 12 June, 2013

Lance Armstrong 'made too many enemies' says former rival Ullrich TDF

Lance Armstrong 'made too many enemies' says former rival Ullrich

“He always wanted to be the boss and behaved ruthlessly with his subordinates,” said the disgraced former Tour champion.

# world-anti-doping-code - Friday 31 May, 2013

Pat McQuaid slams ruling in Spain doping case

The Dubliner is seeking a battle for a third term as president of the UCI.

# world-anti-doping-code - Tuesday 28 May, 2013

Lance Armstrong case: Nike cuts ties to Livestrong

Nine years and $100million later, the sports clothing giants have ended the relationship with the chairty formerly run by Lance Armstrong.

# world-anti-doping-code - Tuesday 23 April, 2013

Greg LeMond: 'no vendetta' against former friend Lance Armstrong

The Tour de France legend says he doesn’t “rejoice” in the downfall of the man that pushed him out of cycling.

# world-anti-doping-code - Thursday 18 April, 2013

Lance Armstrong manager hails cycling's 'new era' Wut

Lance Armstrong manager hails cycling's 'new era'

Everything’s grand now according to Johan Bruyneel.

# world-anti-doping-code - Thursday 11 April, 2013

Lance Armstrong sells his Austin estate

The disgraced former cyclist has cashed in on his luxury Texas home.

# world-anti-doping-code - Wednesday 20 March, 2013

US anti-doping chiefs expecting full Lance Armstrong confession

‘Lance keeps talking about how he cares about the sport, and I have a belief that if you care about the sport you’ll ultimately do the right thing.’

# world-anti-doping-code - Tuesday 12 March, 2013

Lance Armstrong case: USADA chief Tygart urges sports stars to learn from shamed rider's story

“I don’t think it is a negative that Armstrong was caught. If the cheating was as rampant as it was it needed to be exposed and those who cheated held accountable.

# world-anti-doping-code - Tuesday 5 March, 2013

Lance Armstrong could lose Legion of Honour medal

Armstrong was awarded the Chevalier de la Legion d’Honneur in 2005 in recognition of his seven consecutive Tour victories.

# world-anti-doping-code - Thursday 28 February, 2013

Lance Armstrong case: Livestrong charity says it will survive without shamed rider

“Our success has never been based on one person — it’s based on the patients and survivors we serve every day.”

# world-anti-doping-code - Friday 22 February, 2013

US government to join lawsuit against Armstrong -- reports

Lance Armstrong faces a powerful new adversary — the United States government.

# world-anti-doping-code - Wednesday 20 February, 2013

Armstrong facing deadline to decide on full USADA confession today

The agency has said Armstrong’s cooperation in its clean-up effort is the only path open to Armstrong if his lifetime ban from sports it to be reduced.

# world-anti-doping-code - Wednesday 13 February, 2013

Olympic chiefs will not reattribute Lance Armstrong's bronze medal from Sydney

The IOC last month asked the disgraced cycling icon to hand back the Olympic time-trial bronze medal he won in 2000.

# world-anti-doping-code - Thursday 7 February, 2013

Lance Armstrong tops Forbes most disliked US athletes list

But Manti Te’o only lost out on a name-recognition tie-breaker. As you do.

# world-anti-doping-code - Wednesday 6 February, 2013

Lance Armstrong under investigation for obstruction, witness tampering and intimidation

The Feds are investigating the former Tour de France legend, according to reports.

US Attorney says no plan to prosecute Lance Armstrong

“We made a decision on that case, I believe, a little over a year ago.”

# world-anti-doping-code - Wednesday 30 January, 2013

'Pathetic' -- Lance Armstrong heavily critical of cycling chief Pat McQuaid

The disgraced former tour leged says the Irishman is constantly in ‘cover your ass mode’.

# world-anti-doping-code - Tuesday 29 January, 2013

Spanish doping doctor 'worked in various sports'

Eufemiano Fuentes says that he worked with footballers and boxers but mostly cyclists.

WADA calls UCI 'deceitful' in doping probe

The UCI yesterday disbanded the panel it put together to review any involvement the cycling body may have had in the Lance Armstrong scandal.

# world-anti-doping-code - Monday 28 January, 2013

Doping chief wants Lance Armstrong's fate to lie in American courts... not with cycling chiefs

“He exonerated, essentially, the UCI and our information, and the evidence, is different than that,” Travis Tygart said in a CBS interview last night.

# world-anti-doping-code - Sunday 27 January, 2013

Anti-doping chief Travis Tygart 'stunned' by Lance Armstrong claims he had to look up the meaning of cheating

“No real athlete has to look up the definition of cheating.”

Lance Armstrong scandal: meeting with anti-doping chiefs ‘appears unlikely’

The disgraced former rider has been given until 6 February to talk.

# world-anti-doping-code - Friday 25 January, 2013

Lance Armstrong commission halted as it awaits UCI files

‘A truth and reconciliation hearing is the best way we can examine the process,’ said the UCI chief Pat McQuaid.

Andre Agassi: I was angered and disappointed by Lance Armstrong confession

Agassi spoke candidly about his use of crystal methamphetamine.

# world-anti-doping-code - Thursday 24 January, 2013

Former Tour de France champion Jan Ullrich criticised for refusing to break silence about doping

‘I will certainly not go Armstrong’s way and speak in front of millions of people.’

# world-anti-doping-code - Wednesday 23 January, 2013

Lance Armstrong scandal: Cycling chief Pat McQuaid replaced on IOC panel

The Dubliner old Olympic chiefs he has ‘too much going on’ at the moment.

Former cycling chief admits riders were tipped off about positive test warning signs

Hein Verbruggen says the UCI did what they could to warn riders who appeared to be at risk of failing doping tests.

# world-anti-doping-code - Saturday 19 January, 2013

Emma O'Reilly willing to meet Armstrong after Oprah interview

Armstrong says the Dubliner is one of the people he needs to apologise to.

JJ Abrams buys rights for Lance Armstrong movie - here's who we would cast Movie Magic This post contains images

JJ Abrams buys rights for Lance Armstrong movie - here's who we would cast

At this stage we should just buy up an abandoned warehouse, foldy-out chairs and call ourselves producers.

Banned Armstrong says he 'deserves' chance to compete again

“I’m not sure that I deserve a death penalty.”

Lance Armstrong interview: Disgraced rider turns emotional in second part of Oprah broadcast

“Don’t defend me any more,” Armstrong told his 13-year-old.

'I'd apologise to David Walsh' - what we learned from Lance/Oprah, part 2

The harm that Lance Armstrong caused his family, sponsors and fellow cancer survivors by years of lying and denials of doping was under the spotlight tonight.

As it happened: The Lance Armstrong-Oprah Winfrey interview, Part 2

Although he finally confessed to the world that he cheated, there remained a number of questions still unanswered.

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