A US judge has refused to dismiss the government’s lawsuit against disgraced cyclist Lance Armstrong and associates for alleged doping and use of banned performance-enhancing techniques.
Former world cycling chief Hein Verbruggen has dismissed Lance Armstrong’s suggestion that he helped to hush up a positive drug test for the American.
Lance Armstrong has said he will answer with "100% transparency and honesty" at any doping inquiry but also wants the authorities to be consistent in any punishments they impose.
Disgraced cyclist Lance Armstrong has reached a settlement with The Sunday Times who he sued for £1m (€1.2m) over an article suggesting he was using performance enhancing drugs before his confession.
Nike has ended its commercial partnership with the Livestrong Foundation set up by disgraced cyclist Lance Armstrong.
Chief executive Travis Tygart is confident the United States Anti-Doping Agency can continue its investigation to clean up cycling without the help of Lance Armstrong.
Dave Brailsford, Bradley Wiggins and Chris Froome are all looking towards a bright, drug-free future as cycling attempts to recover from the damage done by Lance Armstrong.
Sunday Times journalist David Walsh said today he felt “a little bit of sympathy” for Lance Armstrong following the disgraced cyclist’s admission of drug-taking during his career.
Lance Armstrong’s former team-mate Tyler Hamilton believes the disgraced cyclist is “not 100 per cent” sorry.
One of Lance Armstrong’s biggest critics today dismissed the former cyclist’s public show of contrition, labelling him “delusional”.
One of the people to have branded Lance Armstrong as a doper long before his confession is willing to meet him after having her story verified at last.
The second segment of Oprah Winfrey's interview with Lance Armstrong was never going to contain the same level of fireworks but it did produce a hint of the anticipated waterworks.