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Lance Armstrong Admits To Doping; Local Cyclists ReactComing clean. Lance Armstrong sits down in an exclusive one-on-one interview with Oprah and admits to doping during his time as one of the greatest cyclists of all times. His admission is drawing strong opinions from local bike shops.
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Lance Armstrong Confesses To Using Performance-Enhancing DrugsComing clean. Cycling legend Lance Armstrong confesses he took performance-enhancing drugs after denying it for years.
Baltimore Man Who Raced Against Armstrong Says He Feels CheatedPunishment for Lance Armstrong. He’s now stripped of his Tour de France titles. The doping scandal has the cycling community abuzz and former competitors angry.
Baltimore Cyclists Question Lance Armstrong's Doping Scandal After He Loses SponsorshipsIt is considered the most sophisticated doping program professional cycling has ever seen. Now, Lance Armstrong is losing a major sponsorship and announces he's stepping down as chairman of the Livestrong foundation.
Lance Armstrong Competes In Triathlon In Md.Lance Armstrong has competed in a triathlon after organizers dropped USA Triathlon sanctioning so he could take part.