Lance Armstrong is being sued by a sponsor for $12 million in victory bonuses. His attorneys say the case has no merit, citing a settlement reached after Armstrong swore in court that he hadn't used performance-enhancing drugs.
Lance Armstrong was direct, matter of fact, and unemotional in his confession about drug use during an interview with Oprah Winfrey. Armstrong, a former cycling champion, said he lied repeatedly for years and verbally and legal attacked his accusers.
Cyclist Lance Armstrong will reportedly admit to using performance-enhancing drugs in an upcoming interview with Oprah Winfrey. Despite repeatedly denying accusations of doping in the past, Armstrong has said he will answer questions honestly and candidly.
The International Cycling Union stripped Lance Armstrong of his Tour de France titles – the result of a sport trying to clean up its act after years of doping scandals. The cleanup should be commended.