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  • US blocks settlement between Lance Armstrong, ex-teammate Landis

    WASHINGTON Uncle Sam has now further complicated the high-stakes grudge match between disgraced bicyclist Lance Armstrong and his former teammate, Floyd Landis.
  • Lance Armstrong trying to get lifetime cycling ban lifted, reports say

    Lance Armstrong trying to get lifetime cycling ban lifted, reports say
    Lance Armstrong appears to be working behind the scenes to get his lifetime ban from cycling and other sports reduced. The disgraced rider met with officials from the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency last week, according to reports by the New York Times and...

    Lance Armstrong asked to stay away from Tour de France

    Lance Armstrong asked to stay away from Tour de France
    It might have seemed like a good idea at first, Lance Armstrong agreeing to ride part of the Tour de France route to raise money for cancer research. But the head of the international cycling federation has now implored Armstrong to stay away, ...

    France: Try a stage of the Tour de France on a biking vacation

    France: Try a stage of the Tour de France on a biking vacation
    Tackle a full stage of the official 2015 Tour de France this summer while pro riders are taking a day of rest. You'll be cycling alongside Andy Schleck, 2010 Tour de France champion, on this five- or seven-day Trek Travel "Etape du Tour" cycling...

    WADA: Armstrong's attempt at reduced ban 'almost too late'

    Lance Armstrong has not done enough to get his life ban reduced and his latest bid for rehabilitation is coming too late, the director general of the World Anti-Doping Agency said Tuesday. In an interview with The Associated Press, David Howman said...