It’s been a momentous year across the wide world of sports. Let’s take a look back at the 10 biggest stories of 2013.
Armstrong’s contract with the USPS required riders to follow the rules of cycling, including the prohibited use of performance-enhancing drugs.
Who needs a bunch of juiced up gear heads in France when you’ve got naked chicks on bikes in Australia?
Check out part two of the Lance Armstrong Oprah interview and the live coverage to the conclusion of the event.
We finally got to hear for ourselves what we already knew; Lance Armstrong doped. Check out what Armstrong said during the Oprah interview that everyone’s been talking about.
Apparently this Lance thing is a sore spot for Tour de France winners.
In another blow to his bogus legacy, Lance has been ordered to physically return his bronze medal from Sydney 2000.
Lance Armstrong is out of work after getting caught with a few needles. Water under the bridge, as far as we’re concerned. Here are 10 jobs he could wind up doing next.
Lance Armstrong is hardly a changed man.
Oprah Winfrey has finally interviewed Lance Armstrong for the most anticipated doping confession sports has ever seen.
Watch Lance lie over, and over, and over, and over …
Sources say the cyclist might come clean about using performance-enhancing drugs during his career in the rare interview.
The world’s greatest cycling fraud offered a $250K “donation” to the agency that later stripped him of his glory
Disgraced cyclist Lance Armstrong has finally been dumped by sponsor Nike and is no longer chairman of his cancer charity, famous for those rubber yellow bracelets.
The world-class cyclist was just 33.