If a one-on-one triathlon between Chris McCormack and Lance Armstrong happens, who do you think will win?
If Lance Armstrong’s ban is reduced to eight years, he will be nearly 50 years old by the time he can compete in sanctioned endurance sports, like triathlons.
Travis Tygart sat down with Scott Pelley to rebut several claims Armstrong made during his interview with Oprah Winfrey.
The most recent Ironman world champions have no interest in seeing Lance Armstrong return to triathlon.
The first part of Oprah Winfrey’s groundbreaking interview with Lance Armstrong aired Thursday night to mixed reaction.
Lance Armstrong publicly confessed for the first time to having doped throughout his professional cycling career.
Velonews.com editors and special guests will discuss the legal, PR and sporting ramifications of Lance Armstrong's OWN appearance.
Lance Armstrong will give his first interview after receiving a lifetime ban in 2012 to Oprah Winfrey.
Lance Armstrong’s impact on the sport (bad or good) in 2012 is undeniable.
Nike, Trek Bicycles, RadioShack and Giro have terminated their contracts with Lance Armstrong.
Eric Limkemann and Nicole Kelleher earned the pro victories, while Armstrong was the first cancer survivor to finish the half-Rev.
Cycling star Lance Armstrong raced in, and won, the 2012 SuperFrog Triathlon in Coronado, Calif. on Sunday, Sept. 30.
Craig Alexander talks about Chris McCormack's return to the Kona start list and the "hole" that is left with Lance Armstrong not racing.
Spectator support for Lance—racing in his first triathlon since being banned by USADA—was unanimous at the SuperFrog Triathlon.
Armstrong says he will compete at the Superfrog Triathlon on Sept. 30 and the Half-Full Triathlon on Oct. 7.
The USADA has confirmed that Lance Armstrong will receive a lifetime ban and disqualification of competitive results.
The full text from Lance Armstrong’s statement regarding his decision to forgo a U.S. Anti-Doping Agency arbitration hearing and accept a sanction.
Lance Armstrong has suffered another setback in his legal battle to get the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency off his case.
This was the first race Armstrong has participated in since the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency launched an investigation against him.
Jim Sensenbrenner sent a letter asking the ONDCP director to investigate how the sports doping watchdogs spend $9 million a year.
Lance Armstrong refiled a federal lawsuit Tuesday against the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency (USADA).
A federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit filed Monday by seven-time Tour de France winner Lance Armstrong.
Lance Armstrong filed a lawsuit in Federal District Court to stop USADA officials from pushing forward with doping charges against him.
Seven-time Tour de France champion Lance Armstrong has asked a U.S. Anti-Doping Agency review board to dismiss the allegations.
Andrew Messick spoke with Julia Polloreno from Dubai about the internal debate that ultimately kept Lance Armstrong from racing in France.
Challenge Roth? Rev3? Leadman? Leadville 100? Marathon? What do you think Lance should do next?
Lance Armstrong will not be allowed to race at Ironman France next weekend.
We want to know your thoughts. Should Armstrong pursue options outside of Ironman-branded events?
Lance Armstrong is not banned from the sport altogether and may have alternative racing options.
A sampling of what some of the triathlon community has to say about the news that Lance Armstrong will be ineligible to compete in triathlons.
We want to know your take on the whole situation.
This year’s Ironman World Championship triathlon will be televised about six weeks earlier than originally planned.
Despite some of the toughest conditions ever seen on the Honu course, the deep pro fields led to some fast racing times.
Facing off against the 40-year-old Armstrong will be two veterans of the sport in Chris Lieto and Greg Bennett, who are both also age 40.
Armstrong had his slowest bike split of the three 70.3s he's competed in this year on the notoriously tough St. Croix course.
Lance Armstrong finished on the podium to earn valuable points toward his goal of qualifying for the Ironman World Championship.
Three-time Hawaii Ironman qualifier Mary Eggers challenged Lance Armstrong to a duel in the pool for charity, and he accepted.
Lance Armstrong has added another race to his schedule in his quest to qualify for October's Ironman World Championship.
The "Lance effect" is bringing more attention and more money to the sport.
The event was initially supposed to be a triathlon between Chris McCormack and Lance Armstrong.