Lance Armstrong may have his sympathizers, but those operating Manly Library in New South Wales, Australia, are not among them.
Lance Armstrong has decided he finally feels like admitting what we have all known to be true for many years — he’s a cheater.
Lance Armstrong is beginning his tour of redemption in an effort to supposedly clear his conscience and rebuild his name.
Lance Armstrong is scheduled to record an interview with Oprah on Monday where he reportedly will confess to doping and using other performance-enhancing drugs throughout his cycling career.
Last week, a New York Times report indicated that Lance Armstrong is considering admitting that he used performance-enhancing drugs and blood transfusions during his cycling career.
Lance Armstrong has many supporters, but even his staunchest defenders will have a difficult time defending him against the mounting evidence he’s facing.
Lance Armstrong is considering admitting that he used banned performance-enhancing drugs and blood transfusions during his cycling career, The New York Times reports.
Lance Armstrong may be going through one of the most difficult times of his life, but the public shaming he has endured has not stopped him from continuing his fight against cancer.