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Lance Armstrong offered an apology. But with him, you’ll never know what’s real.
A writer’s experience with a tarnished icon
Can things get any worse for Lance Armstrong? Most definitely.
Armstrong got hit with another double-dose of bad news on Monday. Cycling’s world governing body, the International Cycling Union (UCI), officially stripped …
The company continues to endorse Lance Armstrong. But at what cost?
Armstrong’s former teammates testify against him, making a compelling case that he doped
The cyclist’s decision to forfeit his titles and not contest charges by the United States Anti-Doping Agency may be, in a sense, logical
TIME takes a look at the 99th annual Tour de France, the famous 20-stage bike race passing through France from June 30 to July 22nd. As the racers winds their way to Paris in the countryside and the Alps, Keeping Score presents …
The seven-time Tour de France winner, and icon in the cancer research community, may face his toughest test
Cadel Evans becomes the first Australian to win the race
The Tour de France, which kicked off July 4, is a three-week, 2,000-mile test of human endurance. TIME takes a look back at some of the race’s greatest moments