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Lance Armstrong settles insurance lawsuit for $3 mn

Nov 21, 2013

Lance Armstrong settles insurance lawsuit for $3 mn

Nebraska-based Acceptance Insurance sued Armstrong in Texas earlier this year after he admitted he doped during a career in which he won the Tour de France seven times. #US #Cycling #Tour de France #Lance Armstrong #Doping #FDA #cyclist #sportsman #Substance abuse #International Cycling Union #performance enhancing drugs #doping controversy
Armstrong's promise to come clean is a little late: USADA Chief

Nov 14, 2013

Armstrong's promise to come clean is a little late: USADA Chief

Lance Armstrong's promise to come clean about doping is "a little late", the head of the United States Anti-Doping Agency (USADA) said on Thursday, accusing the disgraced cyclist of trying to use events to "gain advantage". #World #Lance Armstrong #USADA #International Cycling Union #Travis Tygart
Former UCI president defends warnings to 'doping' riders

Jan 23, 2013

Former UCI president defends warnings to 'doping' riders

Verbruggen, who headed the UCI during Armstrong's domination of the Tour de France, said the federation's policy was part of a "two-pronged attack" on doping at a time when it had an "impressive" record of catching drug cheats. #NewsTracker #Lance Armstrong #International Cycling Union #Hein Verbruggen
Cycling union and US anti-doping agency spar following Armstrong ban

Oct 24, 2012

Cycling union and US anti-doping agency spar following Armstrong ban

A day after Lance Armstrong was stripped of his seven Tour de France titles and banned for life, the war of words between the International Cycling Union (UCI) and the United States Anti-Doping Agency (USADA) escalated. #NewsTracker #Lance Armstrong #United States Anti-Doping Agency #International Cycling Union
Armstrong's former teammate Kjaergaard admits to doping

Oct 23, 2012

Armstrong's former teammate Kjaergaard admits to doping

Norwegian cyclist Steffen Kjaergaard, who competed with the disgraced Lance Armstrong on the US Postal Service team in the Tour de France in 2000 and 2001, admitted to doping on Tuesday. #NewsTracker #Lance Armstrong #International Cycling Union #Steffen Kjaergaard

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Armstrong's former teammate Kjaergaard admits to doping

Jul 17, 2014

Jonathan Tiernan-Locke has Team Sky contract terminated over doping violation

Team Sky have terminated the contract of Jonathan Tiernan-Locke with immediate effect following confirmation of an International Cycling Union anti-doping violation... #Team Sky #International Cycling Union
Armstrong's former teammate Kjaergaard admits to doping

Jul 15, 2014

President Brian Cookson comes under fire for his handling of UCI

Cookson criticised for Denis Menchov doping case Chris Froomes TUE use also called into question Ethics Commission members replaced in controversial fashion Less than a year after taking over from Pat McQuaid in farcical circumstances , the Internati... #Denis Menchov #Ethics Commission #International Cycling Union
Armstrong's former teammate Kjaergaard admits to doping

Jul 22, 2014

Every cloud has silver lining, says stage winner Rogers

Bagneres-de-Luchon (France) (AFP) - Michael Rogers said he had learnt lessons when serving a temporary doping suspension that helped him win his first ever Tour de France stage. The 34-year-old Australian escaped from a five-man breakaway group to cl... #Denis Menchov #Ethics Commission #International Cycling Union