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Film studio Warner Bros. has acquired the rights to an untitled project about the rise and fall of American former road cyclist Lance Armstrong, a subject that Paramount Pictures also is planning to bring to the big screen. continue reading »
The U.S. Justice Department will notify a federal court Friday of its plans to become a co-plaintiff in a lawsuit filed against American former road cyclist Lance Armstrong by an ex-teammate, NBC News reported, citing legal sources. continue reading »
Lance Armstrong, who was stripped of his seven Tour de France titles last year, is considering acknowledging the use of performance-enhancing drugs during his cycling career, The New York Times reported. continue reading »
Spain's Supreme Court upheld on Friday the overturning of the doping disqualification that cost cyclist Roberto Heras his victory in the 2005 Vuelta a España. continue reading »
The International Cycling Union, or UCI, decided Friday that the 1999-2005 Tour de France titles stripped from American cyclist Lance Armstrong for doping and providing performance-enhancing drugs to his teammates will not be awarded to the second-place finishers of those races. continue reading »
Colombian cyclist Rigoberto Uran came tantalizingly close to winning his country's second-ever gold medal but ended up settling for silver in a surprise-filled men's road race Saturday, finishing just behind Kazakhstan's Alexandr Vinokourov. continue reading »
Margarita Fullana’s case is one of four doping cases recently. Team Mates Ezequiel Mosquera and David García da Pena tested positive for hydroxyethyl starch, and Tour de France winner Alberto Contador, tested positive for Clebuterol. continue reading »