Sunday, August 26, 2012
Lance Armstrong Investigation: Another Victim
I had no idea about this latest victim, Gary Osgood, who suffered from the Lance Armstrong saga.. Read about him on ONN.
Saturday, August 25, 2012
Lance Armstrong Investigation: Is USADA the Bad Guy?
Lance and his PR machine are doing a remarkable job of spreading the message that he is the victim of a wild, power hungry, anti-American, unconstitutional agency that is out to hurt him for some unknown reason or motive. Here are my thoughts on this...
Friday, August 24, 2012
Lance Armstrong Investigation: Favorite Quotes from the Press
There is a ton being written about Lance's decision to not fight the allegations that he was a fraudster during his cycling career. I've decided to collect my favorite quotes here with links to the articles...
Thursday, August 23, 2012
Lance Armstrong Investigation: More Misleading Information
|Photo taken from the internet|
Lance Armstrong Investigation: Words of Wisdom from Betsy Andreu
|Photo from Bicycling.com|
Betsy and Frankie Andreu have paid a huge personal price, in terms of the economics of this world, for fearlessly telling the truth. Here are a few of the more profound quotes...
Monday, August 20, 2012
Lance Armstrong Investigation: Judge Sparks' Ruled for USADA
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Saturday, August 18, 2012
It’s Only Lying About Drugs (A Guest Post)
|Lance Armstrong (from the internet)|
If I doze off while reading a cycling article, I run the risk of dreaming about Lance Armstrong. The dream goes like this: I’m watching TV while Armstrong addresses a press conference. Armstrong gives his questioner “the look” and angrily wags a finger as he says, “I did not admit to drug abuse around that woman...Ms. Andreu.” Then my head bobs up a little, but I don’t wake up. Instead, I see Armstrong angrily wagging his finger again as he says, “I did not give used syringes to that masseuse...Ms. O’Reilly.”
Tuesday, August 7, 2012
Olympic Cheaters Should Lose Their Medals
|Photo of Cameron van der Burgh from Supersport.com|
However, it looks like Mr. van der Burgh may keep his gold even though it's being reported that he admits that he cheated to get it. Here's what NBC.com has to say:
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