There’s that pesky traffic fine you got for R650. Then there’s that fine you got after a couple too many toots which proved a little steeper. Lance, the floor is yours.
This man ain’t scared of telling a little fib now and again, so we shouldn’t be surprised at the latest news coming out of Colorado.
He just can’t keep out of the headlines, can he? This time he’s had an interview with Emma O’Reilly (the whistleblower who first called him out), and claimed that certain individuals at the very top of the UCI hierarchy played a hand in helping him get away scott-free for so long.
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In 2009, film maker Alex Gibney set out to make a film documenting Lance Armstrong’s comeback year in cycling. For the whole year, Armstrong lied to Gibney’s face. In ‘The Armstrong Lie’, Lance finally sets the record straight. “A cancer survivor overcoming the disease comes back and wins. Yeah, they liked that.”
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The UK Athletics chairperson has confirmed that Oscar Pistorius will not be welcome at the Anniversary games, confirming, “based on what I know at the moment, it would be a no if he rang this morning.”
Last week, a texas businessman obtained a $3,1 million (R26 million) loan to purchase former good guy, Lance Armstrong’s sprawling estate. Newspapers reported that the buyer did not pay anything close to the property’s reported $10 million (R89 million) value.
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If you thought things could not get any worse for Lance Armstrong, he is facing a criminal investigation by federal investigators according to a high level source who told CBS News this: Agents are actively investigating Armstrong for obstruction, witness tampering and intimidation. Contrary to statements made on Tuesday by Andre Birotte, US Attorney for [...]
Can you believe it’s been two weeks since Lance Armstrong decided he could no longer keep up the lies? Click through for his first interview, where he speaks candidly, of course, since he told Oprah what everyone already knew.
Chelsea FC footballer, Eden Hazard, was sent off after receiving a red card during last night’s match against Swansea. Hazard was penalised for kicking a ball boy in the ribs.
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Following last week’s confession by Lance Armstrong that he took performance-enhancing drugs, an Australian library assistant decided to update their bookshelves accordingly.
I spotted this on the weekend in Camps Bay. I think it is in extremely bad taste – especially after the whole Lance Armstrong thing.
Okay, so we can’t confirm if that will be the title of the film, but it sure would be a good one. Nonetheless, what we can confirm is that the film will be based on an investigative account of the same name by New York Times reporter Juliet Macur.
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