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Austin : TX : USA | over 1 year ago  
Lance Armstrong’s recent confession admitting to significant ethical lapses due to drug use highlights a fundamental spiritual component in every professional’s...
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      Starcasm | over 1 year ago
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      Sydney Morning Herald | over 1 year ago
    The readers accuse Armstrong of fraud and false advertising for marketing the books as works of fact, rather than fiction, according to CNN.com. Among the plaintiffs is Rob Stutzman, who worked as Arnold Schwarzenegger's deputy chief of staff while...
  • Dancing With the Stars Wants Lance Armstrong—Now More Than Ever

      E! Online | over 1 year ago
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      New Zealand Infotech Weekly | over 1 year ago
    Lance Armstrong's former doctor Michele Ferrari says the disgraced American cyclist could have been just as successful without doping. Armstrong said in last week's interview with Oprah Winfrey that winning seven Tour de France titles would have been...
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      Have U Heard?? | over 1 year ago
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      The Birmingham News | over 1 year ago
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  • South Africa to re-test over 50 'top' cyclists

      Taiwan News | over 1 year ago
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  • Lance rejects Dancing with the Stars offer

      The Age | over 1 year ago
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      CNN | over 1 year ago
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      CNN | over 1 year ago
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      Hollywood insider | over 1 year ago
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      The Dish Rag | over 1 year ago
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      Gawker | over 1 year ago
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      Celebrity Gossip | over 1 year ago
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      Indian Express | over 1 year ago
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      Sydney Morning Herald | over 1 year ago
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  • Column: When the dust settles, Armstrong still inspires hope

      The Daily Courier | over 1 year ago
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      NY Daily News | over 1 year ago
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      Reuters | over 1 year ago
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      TMZ | over 1 year ago
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      Mail Online UK | over 1 year ago
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      Allie is Wired | over 1 year ago
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      Starpulse | over 1 year ago
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      The Gazette | over 1 year ago
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      Newton Daily News | over 1 year ago
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      US Magazine | over 1 year ago
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      The Dish Rag | over 1 year ago
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      News 24 | over 1 year ago
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      SF Gate | over 1 year ago
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      The Independent | over 1 year ago
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      Inquirer.net | over 1 year ago
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      Qatar English Daily | over 1 year ago
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      The Globe and Mail | over 1 year ago
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      Inquirer.net | over 1 year ago
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      The Independent | over 1 year ago
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      The Guardian | over 1 year ago
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      New Zealand Herald | over 1 year ago
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      New Zealand Herald | over 1 year ago
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      Forbes | over 1 year ago
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  • Lance Armstrong Books ‘Moved' to Fiction Section in Libraries

      The New York Observer | over 1 year ago
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  • Cycling can recover - GB chief

      BBC | over 1 year ago
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  • No Sympathy for Armstrong on Social Media

      International Herald Tribune | over 1 year ago
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  • In Lance Armstrong's world and mine, corruption is too easy

      The Globe & Mail | over 1 year ago
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  • Should Lance Armstrong's books be rebranded as fiction?

      The Guardian | over 1 year ago
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  • Lance Armstrong film: send us your title, cast, music and poster ...

      The Guardian | over 1 year ago
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  • Australian library's Lance Armstrong 'fiction' notice revealed as a hoax

      The Guardian | over 1 year ago
    A sign telling users of an Australian library that books written by the disgraced cyclist Lance Armstrong would be moved to the fiction section has been revealed as a joke. Images of a Champion, The Lance Armstrong Performance Program and Lance...
  • Lance Armstrong: A Human Lesson from a Fallen Hero

      Forbes | over 1 year ago
    The discovery of Lance Armstrong's drug cheating last year was shocking for many, and devastating for some.  When he finally admitted it to Oprah last week it did little to shift how most people felt about him...While I've watched the sudden,...
  • Chris Rattue: Oprah's Armstrong soap doesn't make the blood boil

      New Zealand Herald | over 1 year ago
    Monday Jan 21, 2013 I'm still waiting for my blood to boil about Lance Armstrong, but it just ain't happening. There are, I think, too many far more important issues to be incensed about. Yes, he cheated, the rat, and the blood might reach a very...


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