Some celebrities bounce back from scandal; some never do. Armstrong looks like a longshot
The disgraced cyclist still faces a similar $12M lawsuit from a separate company
The seven-time Tour de France winner also medaled in the 2000 Sydney Olympics
The medal "will be in Switzerland asap," the former biking champ wrote on Twitter
Lance Armstrong offered an apology. But with him, you'll never know what's real.
The lawsuit accuses the cyclist of "fraud" in relation to his books 'It's Not About the Bike' and 'Every Second Counts'
A writer's experience with a tarnished icon
The wheels might well be in motion
Who says librarians don't have a sense of humor?
The fine line between competition's drive for excellence and dangerous win-at-all-costs mentality
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