lance armstrong

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    Aug 26, 2012 2:51 AM GMT
    stripped of his titles but id still rather see him stripped of his clothes ;)
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    Aug 26, 2012 12:08 PM GMT
    He hasn't been stripped of his titles (yet) and here you go.

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    Aug 26, 2012 9:01 PM GMT
    The_Gingerhead_Man saidHe hasn't been stripped of his titles (yet) and here you go.

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    He's a controversial guy - but I think most folks can agree that he's got a hot ass.
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    Aug 26, 2012 9:23 PM GMT
    Lance is too skinny and pigeon-chested for my tastes.
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    Aug 26, 2012 9:38 PM GMT
    http://www.vanityfair.com/magazine/2012/09/graydon-carter-on-scandal-athletes-doping

    "When an actor gives a cocaine-fueled, Oscar-winning performance, do we take his award away? Do we reclaim a singer’s Grammy, or put an asterisk after it in the record books, when we discover that he was ramped up on illegal substances? Why all the outrage over athletes?

    ...we abuse substances for just about everything in our personal lives; why not in our professional lives as well? Writers, artists, composers, and other practitioners of the lonely arts have historically relied on a trio of little helpers: booze, coffee, and cigarettes. They’re not illegal, but the first one, used in quantity, can certainly kill you. And the last one, if the anti-smoking lobby is to be believed, can kill not just you but those around you as well.

    ...The government’s attitude toward different professions is striking. With sports scandals, it zeros in on individuals. But when it comes to banks, federal authorities go after the institutions—when they go after anything at all. The people at the center of a financial scandal are almost never touched..."
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    Aug 26, 2012 9:56 PM GMT
    theantijock saidhttp://www.vanityfair.com/magazine/2012/09/graydon-carter-on-scandal-athletes-doping

    "When an actor gives a cocaine-fueled, Oscar-winning performance, do we take his award away? Do we reclaim a singer’s Grammy, or put an asterisk after it in the record books, when we discover that he was ramped up on illegal substances? Why all the outrage over athletes?

    ...we abuse substances for just about everything in our personal lives; why not in our professional lives as well? Writers, artists, composers, and other practitioners of the lonely arts have historically relied on a trio of little helpers: booze, coffee, and cigarettes. They’re not illegal, but the first one, used in quantity, can certainly kill you. And the last one, if the anti-smoking lobby is to be believed, can kill not just you but those around you as well.

    ...The government’s attitude toward different professions is striking. With sports scandals, it zeros in on individuals. But when it comes to banks, federal authorities go after the institutions—when they go after anything at all. The people at the center of a financial scandal are almost never touched..."


    Not to mention the fact te cycling association basically beat him into submission by continuing to mandate he submit to a further battery of tests when he's complied w/ well over 500+, over a period of YEARS whenever and wherever they ask...all of which came back negative. After a certain point, I can imagine it'd become tiresome and redundant.

    "If the f%$&ing medals mean that much to you, here. Take the bitches. I know who won, and I don't need your medals to prove it. Banned from cycling for life?...No problem. After the inexcusable madness you put me through, what makes you think I'd wanna compete for your damn "honors" anyway? Y'all just mad Y'ALL couldn't do what I did w/o performance enhancers.

    "Green-eyed-monster-possessed bitches get on my damn nerves."
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    Aug 26, 2012 10:08 PM GMT
    CosmoLogic said
    theantijock saidhttp://www.vanityfair.com/magazine/2012/09/graydon-carter-on-scandal-athletes-doping

    "When an actor gives a cocaine-fueled, Oscar-winning performance, do we take his award away? Do we reclaim a singer’s Grammy, or put an asterisk after it in the record books, when we discover that he was ramped up on illegal substances? Why all the outrage over athletes?

    ...we abuse substances for just about everything in our personal lives; why not in our professional lives as well? Writers, artists, composers, and other practitioners of the lonely arts have historically relied on a trio of little helpers: booze, coffee, and cigarettes. They’re not illegal, but the first one, used in quantity, can certainly kill you. And the last one, if the anti-smoking lobby is to be believed, can kill not just you but those around you as well.

    ...The government’s attitude toward different professions is striking. With sports scandals, it zeros in on individuals. But when it comes to banks, federal authorities go after the institutions—when they go after anything at all. The people at the center of a financial scandal are almost never touched..."


    Not to mention the fact te cycling association basically beat him into submission by continuing to mandate he submit to a further battery of tests when he's complied w/ well over 500+, over a period of YEARS whenever and wherever they ask...all of which came back negative. After a certain point, I can imagine it'd become tiresome and redundant.

    "If the f%$&ing medals mean that much to you, here. Take the bitches. I know who won, and I don't need your medals to prove it. Banned from cycling for life?...No problem. After the inexcusable madness you put me through, what makes you think I'd wanna compete for your damn "honors" anyway? Y'all just mad Y'ALL couldn't do what I did w/o performance enhancers.

    "Green-eyed-monster-possessed bitches get on my damn nerves."


    What you are stating here is the urban myth that is being perpetuated. The facts are:

    He had 3 Positives 1993 - 1996

    He had the following Testosterone-Epitestosterone ratios:

    9.0-to-1 June 23, 1993;
    7.6-to-1 from July 7, 1994;
    6.5-to-1 from June 4, 1996.
    Most people it must be pointed out have a ratio of 1-to-1.

    Prior to 2005, any ratio above 6.0-to-1 was considered abnormally high and evidence of doping;
    in 2005 that ratio was lowered to 4.0-to-1.

    Per Sports illustrated he had at least 8-10 positive tests between 1999 -2005

    In 1999: 6 of his 15 samples tested positive for EPO - the results were surpressed by the UCI . You can also read this in Sports Illustrated.

    In 2001: He tested positive for EPO again. And again the UCI surpressed the results