Lance Armstrong is finally taking responsibility, if only because he ran out of people to blame.
According to Colorado police, Lance Armstrong literally hit two parked cars with his car in Aspen, and figuratively threw his girlfriend under the bus.
The following is excerpted from Cycle of Lies: The Fall of Lance Armstrong (HarperCollins), which is available now on Amazon.
Documentarian Alex Gibney, director of the Oscar-winning Taxi to the Dark Side, has spent his career making films about corruption and the abuse of power. The project that eventually became The Armstrong Lie wasn't necessarily meant to be one of them. What had initially been a story about Armstrong's 2009 comeback,…
Behind all the overwrought drug war rhetoric that gets brought to bear on the subject of doping in sports, there are the simple calculations that Lance Armstrong lays out in this unused clip from the documentary The Armstrong Lie, which for all its brevity offers about the most precise explanation of what the problem…
Join us at noon Eastern for a chat with acclaimed documentarian Alex Gibney, director of The Armstrong Lie, and Betsy Andreu, a key figure in the Lance Armstrong story. They'll be up to talk about the movie, Armstrong, doping, vindication, and whatever else comes up.
Now that Lance Armstrong has been humbled and faced a defamation lawsuit or three, it's pretty much open season on the disgraced cyclist. Every allegation with even the slightest credibility can be brought without fear of retribution, and they very well might be true—Armstrong's got more than a decade of dirt ripe…
A federal judge has ruled in favor of Lance Armstrong, who is being sued by a group of people who purchased his books. They claim Armstrong committed fraud by writing that his successes were the result of hard work and perseverance, and not enough PEDs to send even the gentle dugong on a murderous rampage.
Lance Armstrong is facing a lawsuit claiming he defrauded team sponsor US Postal Service out of millions of dollars. Armstrong's lawyers have fired back, claiming the government shouldn't collect because it should have seen all those media reports about Armstrong doping.
It's a whole new Lance! A "nothing left to lose" Lance. An "I'm a scoundrel, like all the rest" Lance. An "I don't need or want your fucking love" Lance. And he's here to drop some truth bombs.
The plucky wristband-manufacturer (and cancer-awareness-raiser), has lost its second benefactor in less than a year: with Lance Armstrong already out of the picture, Nike has decided to end its nine-year partnership with Livestrong.
Comedian April Macie is a frequent guest on the Howard Stern Show, and on Monday morning she joined Stern to dish some gossip about disgraced cyclist Lance Armstrong. Specifically, she told Stern that Armstrong once asked her to lick his butt in a hotel bathroom.
Lance Armstrong is still talking about Lance Armstrong and all that now entails, including shame, forgiveness and heroes.
Sally Jenkins is an award-winning sportswriter for the Washington Post, but don't hold that against her. She's one of the sharpest columnists in the country. She's also written a bunch of books, including It's Not About The Bike, the No. 1 New York Times bestseller she co-authored with Lance Armstrong, and Sum It Up—a…
The deadline imposed by the United States Anti-Doping Agency for Lance Armstrong to "come clean under oath" and perhaps lessen his ban came and went today. Armstrong, through his attorney Tim Herman, released a statement reiterating his willingness to be "the first man through the door" to help clean up cycling, just…
Anybody wondering how Lance Armstrong got away with what he got away with for so long need look no further than the editorial offices of Indianapolis Monthly magazine.
"Creep" is one of those songs that shouldn't be covered lightly. For every brilliantly executed rendition, there are five or six that will have you wishing for a swift and painless death by the time the crescendo rolls around.