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Off his seven-time Tour de France winner Lance Armstrong can't seem to shake his pursuers ... the ones who want him to admit he used performance-enhancing drugs. Read more» 2

Armstrong rides in the 2004 Tour de France.

The U.S. Anti-Doping Agency has brought formal charges against Lance Armstrong, which may cause the former cyclist to lose his seven Tour de France victories. "I have never doped," Armstrong said via Twitter. Read more»

Lance Armstrong rides in his final Tour de France.

Lance Armstrong rode into Paris on Sunday, ending his historic run in the Tour de France with a whimper, not a bang. And that may have been a good thing too. Because the way Lance's 2010 Tour has gone, the most likely bang would have been a headfirst crash into the Arc de Triomphe. Read more»