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From Los Angeles Times: Lance Armstrong said Wednesday he is stepping down as chairman of his Livestrong cancer-fighting charity so the group can focus on its mission instead of its founder's problems. Armstrong's problems continued as Nike Inc. said it ended its contract with the cyclist after a report from theU.S. Anti-Doping Agency detailing his alleged use of performance-enhancing substances. The moves came a week after the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency released a massive report detailing allegations of widespread doping by Armstrong and his teams when he won the Tour de France seven consecutive times from 1999 to 2005. The document's purpose was to show why USADA has banned him from cycling for life and ordered 14 years of his career results erased — including those Tour titles. It contains sworn statements from 26 witnesses, including 11 former teammates. Armstrong, who was not paid a salary as chairman of the Lance Armstrong Foundation, will remain on its 15-member board. His duties leading the board will be turned over to vice chairman Jeff Garvey, who was founding chairman in 1997. "This organization, its mission and its supporters are incredibly dear to my heart," Armstrong said in a statement obtained by The Associated Press. "Today therefore, to spare the foundation any negative effects as a result of controversy surrounding my cycling career, I will conclude my chairmanship." Foundation spokeswoman Katherine McLane said the decision turns over the foundation's big-picture strategic planning to Garvey. He will also assume some of the public appearances and meetings that Armstrong used to handle. Nike, based in Beaverton, Oregon, announced its decision in a statement on its website. Nike said it would continue to support Livestrong initiatives to help people affected by cancer. "Due to the seemingly insurmountable evidence that Lance Armstrong participated in doping and misled Nike for more than a decade, it is with great sadness that we have terminated our contract with him," the company said. "Nike does not condone the use of illegal performance enhancing drugs in any manner." Armstrong strongly denies doping, but did not fight USADA accusations through arbitration, saying he thinks the process is unfair. Once Armstrong gave up the fight in August and the report came out, crisis management experts predicted the future of the foundation, known mainly by its Livestrong brand name, would be threatened. They said Armstrong should consider stepping down to keep the charity from getting dragged into a debate over doping. Armstrong's inspiring story of not only recovering fromtesticular cancer that had spread to his lungs and brain but then winning the world's best-known bike race helped his foundation grow from a small operation in Texas into one of the most popular charities in the country. Armstrong drew legions of fans — and donations — and insisted he was drug free at a time when doping was rampant in professional cycling. In 2004, the foundation introduced the yellow "Livestrong" bracelets, selling more than 80 million and creating a global symbol for cancer awareness and survivorship. "As my cancer treatment was drawing to an end, I created a foundation to serve people affected by cancer. It has been a great privilege to help grow it from a dream into an organization that today has served 2.5 million people and helped spur a cultural shift in how the world views cancer survivors," Armstrong said. As chairman, Armstrong did not run the foundation's day-to-day operations, which are handled by Livestrong president and chief executive Doug Ulman. Ulman had said last week that Armstrong's leadership role would not change. Armstrong's statement said he will remain a visible advocate for cancer issues, and he is expected to speak at Friday night's 15th anniversary gala for Livestrong in Austin. ~*!*~*!*~*!*~*!*~*!*~*!*~*!*~*!*~*!*~ Host @DavidBegnaud delivers breaking news and today's trending buzz in 45 seconds. SUBSCRIBE to Ora TV's YouTube Channel for more NewsBreaker videos FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/pages/NewsBreaker/275877769179742 TWITTER: http://twitter.com/newsbreaker TUMBLR: http://nboratv.tumblr.com/ STORIFY: http://storify.com/newsbreaker CHECK OUT our homepage: http://www.ora.tv/newsbreaker
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HEADLINE:Lance Armstrong cuts formal ties to Livestrong CAPTION: Lance Armstrong has cut formal ties with his cancer-fighting charity to avoid further damage brought by doping charges and being stripped of his seven Tour de France titles. (Nov. 12) DURATION: VOICE-OVER SCRIPT: LANCE ARMSTRONG HAS CUT FORMAL TIES WITH HIS CANCER-FIGHTING CHARITY. IT'S A MOVE TO AVOID FURTHER DAMAGE BROUGHT BY DOPING CHARGES AND BEING STRIPPED OF HIS SEVEN TOUR DE FRANCE TITLES. THE CYCLYIST RESIGNED FROM THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS FOR LIVESTRONG ON NOVEMBER 4TH. HE HAD PREVIOUSLY RESIGNED AS CHAIRMAN FROM THE CHARITY HE FOUNDED IN OCTOBER... BUT HAD KEPT A SEAT ON THE BOARD. THIS SPORTS MARKETING EXPERT SAID LAST MONTH ARMSTRONG WOULD LIKELY HAVE TO STEP ASIDE. 1:11 SOUNDBITE: Brandon Steiner/Steiner Sports Marketing "he's done a great job certainly in helping fight cancer. Some of that will lovestrong - and continue. It just won't be through him. There will be other people to take that spot, take that place. And there will be other products and other things that will be developed, i'm sure. But with other players, and through other celebrities eyes and through other images." ARMSTRONG ALSO LOST HIS PERSONAL SPONSORS OVER THE DOPING CHARGES. :25 SOUNDBITE: Brandon Steiner/Steiner Sports Marketing "this is probably one of the higher level debacles - it's getting up in the tiger woods neighborhood as far as money lost and opportunities lost and probably money not to be anywhere in the future regained." ARMSTRONG HASN'T COMMENTED PUBLICLY ON THE US ANTI-DOPING AGENCY REPORT WHICH SAID THE CYCYLIST AND HIS TEAMMATES USED STEROIDS. ARMSTRONG HAS PREVIOUSLY DENIED DOPING, POINTING TO HUNDREDS OF DRUG TESTS. BIANCA DAVIE, ASSOCIATED PRESS You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/dd45028610ca349ca0b65b2e14b4b665 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Less than a month after being stripped of his Tour de France titles, a provocative photo Tweeted by Lance Armstrong sprawled out on a couch under his cycling jerseys has the sports world puzzled. Photo: AFP/GETTY Subscribe to the WSJ Live YouTube Channel - http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=wsjdigitalnetworkork More WSJLive YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/wsj Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/wsjlive Twitter: https://twitter.com/WSJVideo WSJ: www.wsj.com Don’t miss a WSJ video, subscribe here: http://bit.ly/14Q81Xy More from the Wall Street Journal: Visit WSJ.com: http://www.wsj.com Visit the WSJ Video Center: https://wsj.com/video On Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pg/wsj/videos/ On Twitter: https://twitter.com/WSJ On Snapchat: https://on.wsj.com/2ratjSM
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Cycling stars Lance Armstrong and Robbie McEwen took over Adelaide's coastal roads on Saturday morning with an impromptu social ride.Using Twitter, the pair announced two days ago that they were leaving from Glenelg's Wigley Reserve at 10am for a practice ride. Police estimate the ride attracted between 4,000 to 5,000 cyclists of all abilities, who rode north along the coast to Semaphore and back. About a dozen officers on motorbikes used a rolling stoppage to shut down the roads. "(It was) busy, chaotic - but it was a controlled chaos," Armstrong said. "It's certainly the biggest one I've been a part of, we gave them a little more notice than is typical. "We had a lot of support from the local community and police, which was really helpful, everyone was very mindful and respectful. "There were a few crashes that I could hear, but it was great." Armstrong has used Twitter to announce several of these rides around the world, usually with only a few hours' notice. This time Armstrong and McEwen announced the ride on Thursday and it easily had the best turnout. "The field stretched for kilometres and kilometres ... it's almost like the bunch that we normally ride in, although a little hairier," Armstrong said. "This was unique, because I've never done one where you turn back and you see how many people - there were streams of people. "Most (of them) tried to do a u-turn and come back with us." SA Police Traffic Planning Co-Ordinator Senior Sergeant Harry McCallum said there were no major incidents. "We got through safely, our people managed it to their satisfaction," he said. "In reality, it was like Brown's Cows, but our plan allowed for that." South Australian Premier Mike Rann, who is up for re-election soon, greeted McEwen and Armstrong before the ride started. "Hey, where's your bike? - look at all these voters!" Armstrong told the premier. The Texan has won a record seven Tours de France, while McEwen is one of Australia's greatest cyclists, both in Adelaide to compete in the January 17-24 Tour Down Under. Sgt McCallum said the SA Police had assumed Armstrong would hold a Twitter ride in Adelaide and had done plenty of planning. "By Thursday, we'd worked out where it would go. "We knew it was coming, it was just a matter of getting the logistics in place." The ride initially went at a slow pace, but Armstrong, McEwen and the other ProTour riders at the head of the massive bunch soon realised the danger. Some riders were trying to ride next to Armstrong and take their picture, so the leaders ramped up the pace to string out the bunch.Santos Tour Down Under lance armstrong 2011 Results 2011 Map of all Routes Cancer Council Classic IG Markets Stage 1 IG Markets Stage 2 Colemans Group Stage 3 Mutual Community Stage 4 Jayco Stage 5 IG Markets Stage 6 Road Closures Jersey Description Glossary 2011
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Part 1 - Watch part 2 here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=taPQRbHgc04 Visit us online @ http://www.tremblant360.com/ The Tour de Lance returned to Mont-Tremblant on September 11th, 2009 for its second year! The Cedars Cancer Institute and The McGill University Health Centre teamed up with Lance Armstrong and a select group of riders who committed to raising $25,000 each, to help in the fight against cancer. Proceeds from the Tour de Lance go towards purchasing life saving, state-of-the-art equipment that will aid in the diagnosis and treatment of cancer at CCI and MUHC. Tremblant360.com is an entirely free social networking site, created for you, the online Tremblant community... Blogs, forums, video, photos, news, facebook groups and more! Join the fun and... Express your Tremblant!
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Dax Shepherd has shared a poignant but still very funny real-life parenthood story about losing his father to cancer in the midst of starting his own family with pregnant girlfriend Kristen Bell. If you're into that whole laughing-through-tears thing, then it's a must-read. We're also covering Matthew McConaughey's response to pal Lance Armstrong's doping admission, whether Brad and Angelina's wine passed the taste test, and more! Subscribe to POPSUGAR Entertainment! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=popsugartv Visit our website for more celebrity and entertainment news! http://www.popsugar.com Are we friends yet? Join us on Facebook! https://www.facebook.com/PopSugar Get the latest updates via Twitter! https://twitter.com/#!/popsugar
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Despite all the recent controversy, Lance Armstrong got back on his bike and pedaled around Hawaii while on vacation. His life just seems to keep getting worse and worse, right? SUBSCRIBE: http://po.st/TMZSubscribe About TMZ: TMZ has consistently been credited for breaking the biggest stories dominating the entertainment news landscape and changed the way the public gets their news. Regularly referenced by the media, TMZ is one of the most cited entertainment news sources in the world. Subscribe to TMZ on YouTube for breaking celebrity news/ gossip and insight from the newsroom staff (TMZ Chatter & TMZ News), the best clips from TMZ on TV, Raw & Uncut TMZ paparazzi video (from TMZ.com) and the latest video from TMZ Sports and TMZ Live! Keeping Up with Our YouTube Exclusive Content: TMZ Chatter: TMZ newsroom staff insight and commentary from stories/ photos/ videos on TMZ.com TMZ News: The latest news you need to know from TMZ.com Raq Rants: Raquel Harper talks to a celebrity guest with ties to the hip hop and R&B communities. Behind The Bar Podcast: TMZ's lawyers Jason Beckerman and Derek Kaufman loiter at the intersection of law and entertainment, where they look closely at the personalities, events and trends driving the world of celebrity — and how the law affects it all. We love Hollywood, we just have a funny way of showing it. Need More TMZ? TMZ Website: http://po.st/TMZWebsite LIKE TMZ on Facebook! http://po.st/TMZLike FOLLOW TMZ on Twitter! http://po.st/TMZFollow FOLLOW TMZ on Instagram! http://po.st/TMZInsta TMZ on TV & TMZ Sports on FS1 Tune In Info: http://po.st/TMZOnAir TMZ is on iOS! http://po.st/TMZiOS TMZ is on Android! http://po.st/TMZonAndroid Got a Tip? Contact TMZ: http://po.st/TMZTip Check out TMZ Live, TMZ Sports and toofab! TMZ Live: http://po.st/TMZLiveWebsite Subscribe! TMZ Live: http://po.st/TMZLiveSubscribe TMZ Sports: http://po.st/TMZSportsWebsite Subscribe! TMZ Sports: http://po.st/TMZSportsSubscribe Toofab: http://po.st/toofabWebsite Subscribe! toofab: http://po.st/toofabSubscribe Lance Armstrong Gets Back on the Bike! | TMZ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCK7IIV6Q2junGSdYK3BmZMg
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Host @DavidBegnaud delivers breaking news and today's trending buzz in 45 seconds. washingtonpost.com Lance Armstrong has severed formal ties with Livestrong, the cancer charity he founded. Armstrong, who was banned last month from competition and stripped of his Tour de France titles, had resigned from the board of directors Nov. 4. On Oct. 17, he had resigned as chairman of Livestrong, but had retained a board seat. Katherine McLane, a Livestrong spokeswoman, said via the Associated Press that Armstrong, a survivor of testicular cancer that had spread to his brain and lungs, "remains the inspiration" for the charity and is its largest donor, contriburing nearly $7 million. Jeff Garvey, the new chairman of Livestrong, said in a statement, new board chairman Jeff Garvey said Armstrong stepped resigned from the board to spare the organization any negative effects resulting from the controversy surrounding his cycling career. "Lance Armstrong was instrumental in changing the way the world views people affected by cancer," Jeff Garvey, Livestrong's new chairman, said in a statement. "His devotion to serving survivors is unparalleled and for 15 years, he committed himself to that cause with all his heart." Armstrong, who was accused in a United States Anti-Doping Agency report of helping run a sophisticated, systematic doping program in cycling, has lost his personal sponsors in the wake of his punishment. Nike dropped him, but has indicated that it will continue its relationship with Livestrong. ~*!*~*!*~*!*~*!*~*!*~*!*~*!*~*!*~*!*~ SUBSCRIBE to Ora TV's YouTube Channel for more NewsBreaker videos FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/pages/NewsBreaker/275877769179742 TWITTER: http://twitter.com/newsbreaker TUMBLR: http://nboratv.tumblr.com/ STORIFY: http://storify.com/newsbreaker CHECK OUT our homepage: http://www.ora.tv/newsbreaker
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(18 Oct 2012) HEADLINE: Mixed opinions on Armstrong's legacy CAPTION: In Lance Armstrong's hometown, there are mixed opinions and mixed emotions about the cycling legend's slow fall from grace, as the AP's John Mone reports. (Oct. 18) [[VOICE OVER] LANCE ARMSTRONG IS ALL AROUND AUSTIN, TEXAS. REALLY- JUST LOOK AT THIS SIGN. OR HIS BIKE SHOP. OR HIS CANCER FIGHTING FOUNDATION-LIVESTRONG. HIS IMAGE IS NOW A DIFFERENT MATTER- [[SOT] [[SUPER: NELO BREDA/BIKE SHOP OWNER] "it's not great. Not great for us. Not great for the sport." [[VOICE OVER] [NATS-CRANKING PEDALS]] NELO BREDA OWNS A CYLING SHOP, HE SAYS HE MET ARMSTRONG IN 1989�BEFORE HIS METEORIC RISE TO FAME AND HIS REMARKABLE STRUGGLE WITH CANCER- [[SOT] [SUPER: NELO BREDA/BIKE SHOP OWNER] " I think what gets you guys is the liar thing." [[VOICE OVER] AFTER YEARS OF DENIALS, ARMSTRONG IS ACCUSED OF USING PERFORMANCE ENHANCING DRUGS AND LYING ABOUT IT. THE NATION'S FOREMOST AUTHORITY ON DOPING IN SPORTS ISSUED THE SEVEN TIME TOUR DE FRANCE WINNER A LIFE TIME BAN. HE'S LOST SEVEN SPONSORS AND NOT SEEN SINCE HE LEFT THE CHAIRMANSHIP OF HIS FOUNDATION. BUT ARMSTRONG IS EXPECTED IN HIS HOMETOWN FOR A WEEKEND INCLUDING A STAR STUDDED GALA, FUNDRAISERS AND BIKE RACE. [[SOT]] [[SUPER: DOUG ULMAN/CEO LIVESTRONG] "we've heard from so many of our sponsors�and thousands of people who are doubling down on their support for livestrong�" [[VOICE OVER] THE MAN WHOSE MIRACLE CANCER COMEBACK HAS BEEN TARNISHED BY THE TAINT OF CHEATING IS EXPECTED TO TALK�BUT ABOUT HIS CAREER? WHO KNOWS� [[SOT]] "everybody was taking drugs. It's hard to blame one individual." [[VOICE OVER]] THAT WAS WHAT ONE CYCLIST THOUGHT... OUTSIDE ARMSTRONG'S SHOP. NELO BREDA HAS THE SAME OPINION� AND HE HAS ARMSTRONG JERSEYS ON HIS WALLS- [[SOT]] [[SUPER: NELO BREDA/BIKE SHOP OWNER] "we're proud to have these. It's hard to accept all this. But this happened across the sport." [[VOICE OVER] HE'S TAKING THIS PUBLIC FALL FROM GRACE WITH A GRAIN OF SALT..BREDA SAYS MORE AMERICANS TOOK UP CYLCING BECAUSE OF ARMSTRONG. JOHN MONE ASSOCIATED PRESS AUSTIN, TEXAS. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/d6d4cbb445138784dbf2f2e494d1f1d6 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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The insurance company that underwrote Armstrong's bonuses have made a demand for the return of bonus money paid to him. For more CNN videos, check out our YouTube channel at http://www.youtube.com/cnn Or visit our site at http://www.cnn.com/video/
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Part 2 - Watch part 1 here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MZgJPRQa5Os Visit us online @ http://www.tremblant360.com/ The Tour de Lance returned to Mont-Tremblant on September 11th, 2009 for its second year! The Cedars Cancer Institute and The McGill University Health Centre teamed up with Lance Armstrong and a select group of riders who committed to raising $25,000 each, to help in the fight against cancer. Proceeds from the Tour de Lance go towards purchasing life saving, state-of-the-art equipment that will aid in the diagnosis and treatment of cancer at CCI and MUHC. Tremblant360.com is an entirely free social networking site, created for you, the online Tremblant community... Blogs, forums, video, photos, news, facebook groups and more! Join the fun and... Express your Tremblant!
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Рекламная кампания под названием «(movie) CHALKBOT» сделана агентством Wieden + Kennedy Portland для бренда LIVESTRONG APPAREL (компания NIKE). Страна - США. Дата запуска: Июнь 2010. Бизнес сектор: Общественное здравоохранение и безопасность. Творческая группа: * Type of entry: Use of Media Category: Best Use of Ambient Media: Large Scale Advertiser: NIKE Product/Service: LIVESTRONG APPAREL Agency: WIEDEN+KENNEDY Portland, USA Global Brand Connections Director: Todd Pendleton (Nike) US Media Director: Dave Genel (Nike) Brand Connections: Melissa Schoenke (Nike) Account Supervisor: Dianne Villarreal (Wieden+Kennedy) Executive Interactive Producer: Marcelino Alvarez (Wieden+Kennedy) Art Director: Adam Heathcott (Wieden+Kennedy) Creative Director: Tyler Whisnand (Wieden+Kennedy) Media Supervisor: Emily Leonard (Wieden+Kennedy) Media Planner: Destinee Scott (Wieden+Kennedy) Associate Media Director: Alex Barwick (Wieden+Kennedy) US Broadcast Buying Director: Seth Zarkin (Wieden+Kennedy) Media Planner: Christopher Grant (Razorfish) Account Director: Charlotte Cashill (Razorfish) Planning Director: Paulo Ribeiro (Wieden+Kennedy) Group Media Director: Daniel Sheniak (Wieden+Kennedy) Creative Director: Danielle Flagg (Wieden+Kennedy) Art Director: James Moslander (Wieden+Kennedy) Results and Effectiveness: We know we inspired millions of people from all of the purchased, owned and earned media impressions across all of the channels where we broadcast the stories of hope. The quantitative results of this campaign are very special. Nike generously gives all proceeds from the Livestrong product line to fight this deadly disease through the Lance Armstrong Foundation. During our campaign, Livestrong sales increased 46% and Nike donated over $4 million to Lance's fight against cancer; pretty special. And our friend the Chalkbot received over 23 thousand messages to be chalked on the roads of France. Creative Execution: We were inspired by what happens in France during the Tour de France when spectators chalk the roads to cheer on the riders. We thought, why not take all of the messages of hope we were collecting virtually in the United States and physically chalk the roads of the Tour to inspire Lance. We thought this would create positive disruption for cancer awareness. The robot we invented to make this dream a reality is the Chalkbot. Consumers sent messages of hope to the Chalkbot via SMS, Twitter, In-Banners and it chalked those messages on the roads of the Tour. Once a message was chalked, the Chalkbot photographed the message and sent the picture back to sender. The photo was placed in a digital gallery for web-users to witness the energy of this community. The United States television network, Versus, agreed to integrate the Chalkbot into its "live" Tour coverage to broaden awareness. Insights, Strategy and the Idea: We used Lance Armstrong's comeback story and the reason he was coming back as the lightning rod of inspiration. It wasn't about winning the Tour de France. It wasn't about money. It was simply about fighting cancer and inspiring people to do their part. The communications insight was built around how one man can't fight this deadly disease by himself. Everyone needs to do their part in inspiring each other to live a better life. And that challenge encouraged participation and sharing. We asked consumers to share with us their stories of hope. Those messages were collected and broadcast virtually and physically. That was the power of the campaign. The stories of hope from everyday people became the inspiration of this movement via the Chalkbot on the roads of the Tour, the pages of Wearyellow.com, the banners across the web, and the social channels of Lance, Nike and the LAF.
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Here is a list of 16 Celebrities You Didn't Know Beat Cancer 1. He’s a multi-talented actor with a killer smile, and he’s from the land down under. Jackman also beat skin cancer from his nose. He had to suffer three surgeries until the cancer was removed. Thank god he’s all right. If you’re most have the female population who loves him, you would have been devastated if he didn’t beat cancer. 2. Celebs you never knew had cancer well here is another talented celeb You know her best singing right beside John Travolta in Grease, but her life was far from a musical. In 1996 Newton was diagnosed with breast cancer. When she beat cancer, she gave back to the cancer community by donating money to the worthy cause of finding a cure for cancer. A lot of good can come out of beating cancer. 3. Her unique music style captured your attention. She also captured your attention when she beat cancer. In 2005 Minogue was diagnosed. She received treatment and has been cancer free after eight consecutive months because of chemotherapy and surgery. 4. This rocker chic beat breast cancer in 2006. Her diagnoses changed her life. When she beat cancer through successful treatment, she decided to adopt a child named Wyatt. Both her and her ex-husband Lance Armstrong defeated their cancer. 5. I pity the fool that doesn’t beat cancer. That’s just what he did. This TV personality was diagnosed in 1995 with a rare cancer called T-cell lymphoma. He recovered and went back to his life. 6. Thyroid cancer is what this musician was diagnosed with in 1999. The diagnosis disrupted his life, and he tried to keep it a secret but eventually revealed his disease. Luckily the cancer moved slowly and he was able to beat cancer by having the lump removed. 7.Another Celebrity you didn't know that beat cancer He’s a wacky, out there actor who was diagnosed with testicular cancer in March 2000. He even had the removal of his testicle broadcasted on MTV. This should be no surprise to the people who know him best. He beat cancer. 8. This blonde hair, blue-eyed actress had her success. Who knew beating cancer was one of them? She chose surgery over chemotherapy. Who can blame her? Chemotherapy is no fun and it all worked well for her in the end. 9. Sadly you know him best for taking steroids, not for his accomplishments as an athlete. He had testicular cancer, and his chance of surviving wasn’t good. It had spread to his abdomen, lungs, and brain. What an amazing story? He survived against all odds. 10. You know her best for starring on a show named Cybil. She went through skin cancer and successfully came out the other side. Chemotherapy was her savior and in 2002 she completed treatment. Now she’s an advocate giving awareness to skin cancer. 11. You know her well from her role in Misery and most recently you’ve seen her in American Horror Story. She likes to keep things private for the most part. That goes for her diagnosis of ovarian cancer in 2003. In 2009 she defeated her cancer. 12. He’s a brilliant actor who’s starred in many great films but on a regular check up in 2003, he was diagnosed with cancer. That must have been a shock. Thank god it was detected early. He only revealed his diagnoses when he beat cancer. 13. This Sex In The City star was diagnosed in 2006 with breast cancer. She revealed her condition on Good Morning America. After she stared cancer in the eye and beat it, she did some good by becoming the ambassador Susan G Komen to find a cure for breast cancer. A lot of good can come out of beating cancer. 14. She was The Nanny. Drescher was dealing with cancer symptoms, and it took a while before she was diagnosed properly in 2000. There was no time to waste as the actress was immediately given treatment for the disease. Undergoing a hysterectomy, she was free from cancer for the next teen years. 15. You know her best from her roll on Married With Children as Kelly Bundy. In 2008 she revealed she undergone a mastectomy. It was passed down from her mother, and the cancer was only discovered in one breast. People soon found out about this and how she fought hard to be cancer free. 16. She was best known as Ozzy Osbourne’s wife and manager and for her role on the reality TV show The Osbourne’s. Now she is one of the hosts of The Talk. She was diagnosed with cancer in 2002. While she got treatment, she went on with her life. In July in 2002 Sharon’s cancer cells where eliminated by chemotherapy. 16 Celebrities You Didn't Know Beat Cancer Check out other channels in our network - BABOON TV: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCrT-gj4C3qkCfsTgs7-rp9w ROCK BEARD: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCDnhRBA3A5x1dArhcvtDWAw
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Lance Armstrong CUTS FORMAL TIES with LIVESTRONG and RESIGNS from BOARD AUSTIN, Texas — Lance Armstrong has cut formal ties with his cancer-fighting charity to avoid further damage brought by doping charges and being stripped of his seven Tour de France titles. Armstrong resigned from the board of directors for Livestrong on Nov. 4. He had previously resigned as chairman from the charity he founded Oct. 17 but had kept a seat on the board. The U.S. Anti-Doping Agency ordered Armstrong banned from the sport for life and stripped of his titles. The International Cycling Union, which had originally supported Armstrong's fight, later agreed to wipe out Armstrong's record seven victories. Livestrong spokeswoman Katherine McLane said Monday that Armstrong "remains the inspiration," and is still its largest donor with nearly $7 million over the years. In a statement, new board chairman Jeff Garvey said Armstrong stepped resigned from the board to spare the organization any negative effects resulting from the controversy surrounding his cycling career. "Lance Armstrong was instrumental in changing the way the world views people affected by cancer. His devotion to serving survivors is unparalleled and for 15 years, he committed himself to that cause with all his heart," Garvey said. Armstrong has not comment publicly on the USADA report and recently returned to Austin from Hawaii. Over the weekend, he posted a photograph on Twitter of him lying on a couch at his home with seven yellow Tour de France jerseys mounted on the wall. Armstrong also has lost his personal sponsors, including Nike and brewing giant Anheuser-Busch, who dropped their contracts with him or said they would not renew when current deals expire. USADA's report accused Armstrong of helping run "the most sophisticated, professionalized and successful doping program that sport has ever seen" within his U.S. Postal Service and Discovery Channel teams. The USADA report said Armstrong and his teams used steroids, the blood booster EPO and blood transfusions. The report included statements from 11 former teammates who testified against Armstrong. Armstrong denies doping, pointing to hundreds of passed drug tests. But he chose not to fight USADA in one of the agency's arbitration hearings, saying the process was biased against him. Former Armstrong team director Johan Bruyneel is also facing doping charges, but he is challenging the USADA case in arbitration. Lance Armstrong CUTS FORMAL TIES with LIVESTRONG and RESIGNS from BOARD Lance Armstrong CUTS FORMAL TIES with LIVESTRONG and RESIGNS from BOARD Lance Armstrong CUTS FORMAL TIES with LIVESTRONG and RESIGNS from BOARD Lance Armstrong CUTS FORMAL TIES with LIVESTRONG and RESIGNS from BOARD Lance Armstrong CUTS FORMAL TIES with LIVESTRONG and RESIGNS from BOARD Lance Armstrong CUTS FORMAL TIES with LIVESTRONG and RESIGNS from BOARD Lance Armstrong CUTS FORMAL TIES with LIVESTRONG and RESIGNS from BOARD
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www.BikeWearWorld.com and www.uRide.tv were on location in San Diego, California for the YWCA: Tribute to Women and Industry; featuring keynote speaker Linda Armstrong Kelly, Lance's mom! So we were apart of a luncheon that helped raise critical dollars for the YWCA of San Diego County's Programs & Services for Survivors of Domestic Violence and Homelessness, including Becky's House. We were able to interview Ms. Armstrong Kelly for just a few minutes on what it was to raise Lance Armstrong. We wish we were able to sit down and talk more, but we were interrupted...maybe next time, until then...Enjoy!
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English/Nat From across the United States Americans flocked to Paris on Sunday to see Lance Armstrong, the man who had already beaten cancer, beat the world by winning the Tour de France. The 27 year old old Texan became only the second American to win the world's premier cycle race. The Tour de France cycle race always captures the world's attention. It has long been one of the globe's most prestigious sporting events. But this year was rather special for one group of fans gathered along the route of the race's final stage, through the streets of Paris. They had travelled from the United States to cheer on American cyclist Lance Armstrong. The 27-year-old Texan's victory was never in doubt all day. He had amassed a commanding seven-minute, 37-second lead over his top rival and only a disastrous fall could have dashed his chances of becoming only the second American to win the race. Armstrong's victory was all the more remarkable as only three years ago he had been diagnosed with a severe case of testicular cancer which already had spread to his lungs and brain. At the time he was given only a 50 per cent chance of survival. Armstrong had two operations - one to remove a testicle and one for brain lesions - and four rounds of chemotherapy. On Sunday his fight back to competitive fitness was proved beyond all doubt and hundreds of his supporters were there to see it. SOUNDBITE: (English) "The guy's been through so much, he deserves this more than anybody, he's going to do it and it's for him. This is his Tour de France. Tour de Lance." SUPER CAPTION: Vox pop The Americans continued to cheer for Armstrong as the race headed towards the Paris finish line, with the cyclists completing ten laps of a loop that took them past some of the city's most famous landmarks. In the end the 20th and final stage was won by Australia's Robbie McEwen. Armstrong, wearing the leader's yellow jersey, finished 86th, but that was enough to win him the grand prize. After crossing the line he was whisked away to meet his wife. Armstrong's loyal teammates on the U-S Postal Service team got their own fair share of adulation from the Americans in the crowd. One of them said he hoped the team had contributed to Armstrong's historic victory. SOUNDBITE: (English) "First of all, of course, you have to have someone who's strong enough to wear the Yellow jersey and that was Lance. And then Lance needs some support from his team mates and I think the team did a great job." SUPER CAPTION: Kevin Livingston, U.S. Postal Service team Eventually Armstrong himself appeared, to cheers from the waiting crowd. His win will give a huge boost to American cycling. The contrast for the French team could not have been greater. This year was the first since 1926 that a Frenchman did not win at least one of the stages. Armstrong's team's managing director has compared a U-S victory to a French team winning the American football Super Bowl. But for Armstrong himself, the best part of his victory was the message it would send to cancer sufferers throughout the world. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/696dac40ffc0a1509a32843587180571 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Lance Armstrong will admit to doping with Oprah Winfrey on the "O" network. Lance wants to decrease some of the bans against him in order to proceed with the interview. Armstrong has been vehemently denying doping since his big comeback from cancer. Does he want to compete again? **SUPPORT TYTSPORTS THROUGH AMAZON, USE THIS PROMO CODE: http://www.amazon.com/?tag=tytsports-20** ---------- Let's Build It Together! Join us for the next exciting chapter of TYT and build our next home with us. http://igg.me/at/TYTNetwork
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http://bit.ly/clevvermovies - Click to Subscribe! http://Facebook.com/ClevverMovies - Become a Fan! http://Twitter.com/ClevverMovies - Follow Us! Lance Armstrong just recently came clean about using performance enhancing substances, but it looks like a feature film about the now infamous seven time Tour de Force title "winner" is already in the works. Deadline reports that JJ Abrams' Bad Robot and Paramount Pictures have closed a deal to develop Cycle Of Lies: The Fall Of Lance Armstrong into a feature film. The book has yet to even be written, but will focus on the rise and fall of Armstrong from longtime Armstrong sports writer Juliet Macur. This isn't the first time Hollywood has tried to turn Armstrong's life into a feature film. Sony Pictures was working with Armstrong on a film that would focus on his ability to overcome obstacles such as cancer to become a champion, but dropped it following his doping scandal. That film was being made in cooperation with Armstrong and Jake Gyllenhaal attached to star. It's unclear if Sony will now try to resurrect the project and tweak it to include Armstrong's recent admission. So who out there is interested in seeing Armstrong's life story played out on the big screen? Do you think it could be a riveting tale of a hero's fall from grace or have you had your fill of Armstrong? Give us your thoughts below or over on Twitter @ClevverMovies. I'm Tara Turnure in Hollywood, thanks for watching!
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The real story of Lance Armstrong's doping shame. Available on iTunes: https://geo.itunes.apple.com/gb/movie/the-world-according-to-lance/id1283395072?mt=6 Watch it on Amazon Video: http://a.co/gSD0Fst Available on Google Play: https://play.google.com/store/movies/details/The_World_According_to_Lance?id=STE-ua_-Skk Subscribe to journeyman for daily uploads: http://www.youtube.com/journeymanpict... For downloads and more information visit: http://www.journeyman.tv/?lid=69408 Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/journeymanpi... Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/JourneymanVOD https://twitter.com/JourneymanNews Follow us on Instagram: https://instagram.com/journeymanpictures "Like a dead body in the basement," the truth about Lance Armstrong's cheating is out. In this explosive documentary, those who broke the "code of silence" to expose the seven times Tour de France Winner reveal why they put their own lives and liberty on the line for cycling. They paint a portrait of Armstrong as a ruthless serial cheat - who not only used drugs but blood transfusions - and expected his team-mates to do the same. Revelations come thick and fast in this forensic analysis of the biggest sporting fraud ever. When insurers due to pay millions in bonus prize-money began to suspect Armstrong, they questioned him on camera under oath. Throughout his testimony Armstrong vows he has "never taken performance enhancing drugs". Lawyer Jeffrey Tillotson draws a different conclusion: "We think now the evidence clearly shows that Lance Armstrong was using performance enhancing drugs dating back to the beginning of his career. So those races were fixed." Former team-mate Frankie Andreu testifies to being at Armstrong's side when he was in hospital for testicular cancer, as he admitted to doctors he had used "EPO, testosterone, growth hormone and cortisone." It was a moment of candour Armstrong no doubt regretted. Two days after it was revealed he gave $1.5 million to the hospital. Armstrong testifies "I'm funding a chair for somebody who saved my life." But to his doubters it was the first step in a pattern of buying silence. Former team-mate Tyler Hamilton describes the "white lunch bags" containing the drug EPO, that doctors from the US Postal Service Team gave riders to boost their red blood cells. He says he and Armstrong injected after each stage of the Tour de France in the team van just metres away from fans. "You quickly just stuck it in, got rid of it. Give it to a team doctor to dispose." He says he and Armstrong re-infused their own blood to avoid detection in doping tests. "We were in this small hotel. There was a blood bag taped up on the wall." He says Armstrong lay on a bed in an adjoining room, with an open door between them. "I saw this bag of blood and saw it in his arm." Armstrong coolly denies the blood transfusions: "That would be banned." Hamilton says Armstrong used a courier on motorbike nicknamed "Motoman" to deliver his drugs en route when the issue of doping became too high profile. When Armstrong tested positive for cortisone during one Tour his masseuse Emma O'Reilly heard his team discuss concocting a prescription for cortisone cream to treat saddle-sores: "a backdated prescription to help explain his elevated cortisone level." In the year 2000 scientists researching a test for EPO found the drug in Armstrong's urine samples. Under oath, Armstrong claims a mix-up or even that his sample was spiked. "When I pissed in the bottle there was not EPO in that piss." Since 1998 one third of the top ten Tour de France riders have been linked to doping. Yet time and again the UCI, the body tasked with investigating doping, has not acted to investigate Armstrong. He has donated more than $100,000 to the UCI. Without a trace of irony he explains "I'm doing it to fund the fight against doping." Lance Armstrong won his first Tour de France within three years of being diagnosed with cancer. "It's not about money for me. It's about the faith of all the cancer survivors around the world," he intones. Sadly for him, the world no longer believes in miracles. ABC Australia - Ref. 5660 Every week Journeyman offers a brand new documentary, fresh out of the cutting room. They're award winning documentaries, some destined for the festival circuit and some for broadcast. The one thing you can know is that here you get to see them when they're fresh, often before they appear anywhere else. To watch them in full go to our VOD platform at http://jman.tv
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A disgraced Lance Armstrong has cut all official ties with Livestrong, the cancer charity he founded 15 years ago. That's the latest effort to distance the fallen hero, stripped of his Tour de France titles, from his former ties. Insiders in the world of competitive cycling know their sport will never be the same. Duration: 01:56
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The Tour de France, the world's most gruelling road race, kicked off in Monaco on Saturday with US cycling star Lance Armstrong determined to make a comeback after a four-year absence. Images and soundbites, including Armstrong starting and finishing the first stage time trial.
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From defeating cancer and being a celebrated hero to his hard and financially perilous fall from grace, professional cyclist and seven-time Tour de France winner Lance Armstrong lays it all out in an intimate discussion of what it feels like to lose everything but gain his happiness. Get 10% off Onnit Supplements http://bit.ly/2n2UyyV Listen to the Aubrey Marcus Podcast iTunes | https://apple.co/2lMZRCn Stitcher | http://bit.ly/2G8ccJt Connect with Aubrey Instagram | http://bit.ly/2BlfCEO Facebook | http://bit.ly/2F4nBZk Twitter | http://bit.ly/2BlGBAd
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Link: http://www.buy.com/prod/comeback-2-0/q/loc/106/211433672.html After three years in retirement following his record-setting 7th Tour de France win which he accomplished after successfully battling the testicular cancer that almost killed him. Lance Armstrong announced to the world on September 24, 2008 at the Clinton Global Initiative in New York City, that he would return to professional cycling to help promote a Global Cancer Campaign. Comeback 2.0: Up Close and Personal is Lance Armstrong's first-person photo-journal of his 2009 comeback season with the goal to take the LIVESTRONG message around the world. Heavily illustrated with color photos and text, Lance will take readers on a thrilling ride through his dramatic comeback year.
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A video of Lance Armstrong, the 7-time Tour de France champion:) It may seem a bit strange, that I like cycling and I watch Tour de France, but hey, the world is strange! I love cycling and Lance:) I think you should read the lyrics, before you watch the video, 'cause than you may understand the editing and why I chose these pictures:) The Lance-Leblanc part is absolutely for fun, weel the whole video is and has nothing to do what I think of the cyclists and people in the video and also has nothing to do what Lance thinks of them! For entertainment purposes only! Enjoy! Smashmouth - All Star Somebody once told me The world is gonna roll me I ain't the sharpest tool in the shed She was looking kind of dumb With her finger and her thumb In the shape of an "L" on her forehead Well the years start coming And they don't stop coming Fed to the rules and I hit the ground running Didn't make sense not to live for fun Your brain gets smart but your head gets dumb So much to do so much to see So what's wrong with taking the back streets? You'll never know if you don't go You'll never shine if you don't glow Hey now you're an All Star Get your game on, go play Hey now you're a Rock Star Get the show on get paid And all that glitters is gold Only shooting stars break the mold It's a cool place and they say it gets colder Youšre bundled up now But wait 'til you get older But the meteor men beg to differ Judging by the hole in the satellite picture The ice we skate is getting pretty thin The waters getting warm So you might as well swim My world's on fire how about yours? That's the way I like it and I never get bored Hey now you're an All Star Get your game on, go play Hey now you're a Rock Star Get the show on get paid And all that glitters is gold Only shooting stars break the mold Hey now you're an All Star Get your game on, go play Hey now you're a Rock Star Get the show on get paid And all that glitters is gold Only shooting stars... Somebody once asked Could you spare some change for gas I need to get myself away from this place I said yep What a concept I could use a little fuel myself And we could all use a little change Well the years start coming And they don't coming Fed to the rules and I hit the ground running Didn't make sense not to live for fun Your brain gets smart but your head gets dumb So much to do so much to see So what's wrong with taking the back streets You'll never know if you don't go (GO) You'll never shine if you don't glow Hey now you're an All Star Get your game on, go play Hey now you're a Rock Star Get the show on get paid And all that glitters is gold Only shooting stars break the mold
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Yuvraj Singh will shortly meet American cycling great Lance Armstrong, whose successful battle against cancer is an inspiration to the Indian cricketer fighting his own battle against the disease. "I look forward to meet(ing) Lance Armstrong soon and take inspiration," the 30-year-old cricketer wrote on his Twitter page.
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(10 Aug 1999) English/Nat Lance Armstrong, the winner of the 1999 Tour de France, has received a hero's welcome in Washington, D-C. Armstrong's win was a victory in more ways than one because it came after a lengthy battle against cancer. Everywhere he goes these days, Lance Armstrong receives a hero's welcome. Fans besiege him for his autograph and to offer their encouragement. They are not just proud that an American won the world's most prestigious bicycle race, they are commending him for his battle and triumph against cancer. Armstrong is greeted with a standing ovation in front of members of the Washington press. It is a fitting welcome for one of the bicycle world's greatest survivors, but Armstrong insists that it has not always been a downhill cruise. Diagnosed with cancer three years ago at the age of 24. Doctors gave him a 50 per cent chance of survival. His life collapsed around him but, determined not to give in, he chose to undergo surgery and aggressive chemotherapy. SOUNDBITE: (English) "It was not always easy, There where times where from the beginning people didn't want Lance Armstrong for a number of reasons. Either he was not going to race again at a high level or he was a risk of bad publicity because of his illness, if he got sick again. If I got sick again that equals bad publicity for them which frankly is unbelievable. There were all of these little obstacles along the way which we had tog get over and fortunately the postal service was the only team that supported me." SOUNDBITE: (English) Lance Armstrong, winner 1999 Tour de France His sponsors, the United States Postal Service, believed in his desire to return to bicycle racing. And, the rest is history. But Armstrong has not yet come to terms with all this new attention, especially the super star image he now commands. SOUNDBITE: (English) "I am surprised by the following in the States and it has really been overwhelming. A kid form Austin, Texas who has been treated this way, in a room like this, is going to see the President after this, is overwhelming but again we'll see how it goes." SOUNDBITE: (English) Lance Armstrong, winner 1999 Tour de France The indomitable Texan and his team were received with suspicion in Paris. The odds against them winning were huge. SOUNDBITE: (English) "To come over as an American team sponsored by an American company, it's strange to them and so, nobody believed in us. Nobody believed that if Armstrong took the yellow jersey with the help of his team on stage eight, how could he keep it to stage 22. They thought the team would crack. But that team 7 out of 9 guys, American sponsored , they are the strongest team in the race and all of Paris knew that. And, I can assure you that next year's Tour de France there will be no doubters." SOUNDBITE: (English) Lance Armstrong, winner 1999 Tour de France Armstrong's visit to Washington will be highlighted with a visit to the White House where he will meet with President Bill Clinton. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/81a6eff42fca388de7a5c0a3f005576b Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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The Lance Armstrong Foundation interviewed Navita Gunter about her life as a cancer survivor. In this video she shares her intimate thoughts and emotions about the coping with cancer. She is a survivor of cervical cancer. Special thanks to the Lance Armstrong Foundation for permission to share this video. For more information about the organization, visit: http://www.livestrong.org
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As public confessions go Lance Armstrong the disgraced cycling champ, convicted of doping, to win all seven of his tour de France titles. A no holds barred hard hitting interview with Oprah Winfrey on her massively successful US talk was never going to be on the cards. But Oprah did get Armstrong to finally admit he cheated. And which banned substances he used OPRAH WINFREY: "Yes or no. In all seven Tour de France of your Tour De France victories did you ever take banned substances or blood dope? LANCE ARMSTRONG: "Yes" OPRAH WINFREY: "In your opinion is it humanly possible to win the Tour de France without doping seven times in a row?" LANCE ARMSTRONG "Not in my opinion" OPRAH WINFREY: "Yes or no. Did you ever take banned substances to enhance your cycling performance? LANCE ARMSTRONG: "Yes." OPRAH WINFREY: "Yes or no. Was one of those substances EPO?" LANCE ARMSTRONG: "Yes." OPRAH WINFREY: "Did you ever blood dope or use blood transfusions to enhance your cycling performance?" LANCE ARMSTRONG: "Yes" However there is widespread belief amongst experts there is a wider use of doping in the sport and that Armstrong couldn't have continued doping without the help or involvement of other institutions or individuals. But as no names were revealed then Armstrong's charity organisation looks safe even with Armstrong's personal tarnished image I am Ann salter thanks for watching. For the latest news on this story Written and presented by Ann Salter
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Momentum Pictures has acquired North American rights to “The Program,” a biopic about Lance Armstrong, the cycling champion whose legacy was tarnished by a doping scandal. The film debuts Sunday at the Toronto International Film Festival and stars Ben Foster as Armstrong. Directed by Stephen Frears (“The Queen”) the film charts Armstrong’s rise to become one of professional sports’ most admired stars, a man who successfully battled cancer to come back to win the Tour de France a record number of times. It also chronicles his subsequent fall from grace, after Armstrong’s admission he relied on human growth hormone derailed his career. http://variety.com/2015/film/markets-festivals/lance-armstrong-the-program-1201592452/ http://www.wochit.com This video was produced by Wochit using http://wochit.com
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Athletes for Hope, a six-year-old group took down Armstrong's photo from its website after his Jan. 17 interview with Oprah Winfrey. WSJ's Rachel Bachmann reports on the News Hub. Photo: Getty Images. Click here to subscribe to our channel: http://www.youtube.com/wsj Visit us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/wsjlive Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/WSJLive Visit the Wall Street Journal: www.wsj.com Don’t miss a WSJ video, subscribe here: http://bit.ly/14Q81Xy More from the Wall Street Journal: Visit WSJ.com: http://www.wsj.com Visit the WSJ Video Center: https://wsj.com/video On Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pg/wsj/videos/ On Twitter: https://twitter.com/WSJ On Snapchat: https://on.wsj.com/2ratjSM
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English/Nat Lance Armstrong, the winner of the 1999 Tour de France, has received a hero's welcome in Washington, D-C. Armstrong's victory in the race was matched by his triumphant battle against cancer. Everywhere he goes these days, Lance Armstrong receives a hero's welcome. Fans besiege him for his autograph and to offer their encouragement. They are not just proud that an American won the world's most prestigious bicycle race, they are commending him for his battle and triumph against cancer. Armstrong is greeted with a standing ovation by an enthusiastic Washington crowd. It is a fitting welcome for one of the bicycle world's greatest survivors, but Armstrong insists that it has not always been a downhill cruise. He was diagnosed with cancer three years ago at the age of 24 and doctors gave him only a 50 per cent chance of survival. His life collapsed around him but, determined not to give in, he chose to undergo surgery and aggressive chemotherapy. SOUNDBITE: (English) "It was not always easy, There where times where from the beginning people didn't want Lance Armstrong for a number of reasons. Either he was not going to race again at a high level or he was a risk of bad publicity because of his illness, if he got sick again. If I got sick again that equals bad publicity for them which frankly is unbelievable. There were all of these little obstacles along the way which we had to get over and fortunately the postal service was the only team that supported me." SOUNDBITE: (English) Lance Armstrong, winner 1999 Tour de France His sponsors, the United States Postal Service, supported him in his desire to return to bicycle racing. The rest is history. But Armstrong has not yet come to terms with all this new attention, especially the super star image he now projects. SOUNDBITE: (English) "I am surprised by the following in the States and it has really been overwhelming. A kid form Austin, Texas who has been treated this way, in a room like this, is going to see the President after this, is overwhelming but again we'll see how it goes." SOUNDBITE: (English) Lance Armstrong, winner 1999 Tour de France The indomitable Texan and his team were received with suspicion in Paris. The odds against them winning were huge. SOUNDBITE: (English) "To come over as an American team sponsored by an American company, it's strange to them and so, nobody believed in us. Nobody believed that if Armstrong took the yellow jersey with the help of his team on stage eight, how could he keep it to stage 22. They thought the team would crack. But that team, 7 out of 9 guys American sponsored , they are the strongest team in the race and all of Paris knew that. And, I can assure you that next year's Tour de France there will be no doubters." SOUNDBITE: (English) Lance Armstrong, winner 1999 Tour de France Later on Tuesday, Armstrong appeared with Vice President Al Gore at the White House in a ceremony to honour cancer survivors and call attention to recent successes in cancer research. Al Gore also congratulated donations to breast-cancer research by the U-S Postal Service. SOUNDBITE: (English) "You don't need to be a geneticist to join in the fight against cancer. They have brought inspiration to millions through their breast cancer research stamp, which I am able to tell you today has sold over 100 hundred-million (m) stamps raising seven point eight million (m) dollars just in its first year, and today I am announcing that over four million (m) dollars of that money will fund pioneering brand new breast cancer research. So that's a wonderful advance." SUPER CAPTION: Al Gore, U-S Vice-President Gore hailed the cyclist as an inspiration to cancer survivors everywhere. SOUNDBITE: (English) You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/854ec6ed0eff7ae542fc2c79382f7988 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Lance Edward Armstrong is an American former professional road racing cyclist. Armstrong had won the Tour de France a record seven consecutive times between 1999 and 2005 before he was disqualified from all those races and banned from competitive cycling for life, for doping offenses by the Union Cycliste Internationale in 2012, after the United States Anti-Doping Agency presented it the evidence. A cancer survivor, he is the founder of the Livestrong Foundation, originally called the Lance Armstrong Foundation, which provides support for cancer patients. This video targeted to blind users. Attribution: Article text available under CC-BY-SA Creative Commons image source in video
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In his 'tell all' interview with Oprah, Lance Armstrong mentioned a lot of other people, but why not his ex Sheryl Crow? Splash is the leading independent entertainment news and picture agency in America. Splash brings the hottest, most up-to-date Hollywood stories and photos to millions of people round the world through their favourite newspapers, magazines and TV station. We don't deal in gossip. We deal in fact. We have been credited with announcing some of the most memorable and controversial show biz stories to come out of Los Angeles in recent years. We cover the good, the bad and the very ugly. Find out more @: http://www.splashnews.com/ Follow us @: https://twitter.com/splashnews http://www.facebook.com/pages/Splash-News/64983634297
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Directed by: Stephen Frears Starring: Ben Foster, Chris O'Dowd, Guillaume Canet Release Date: 16th October 2015 Run Time: 103mins Certificate: TBC From Academy Award nominated director Stephen Frears (The Queen, Philomena) and producers Working Title Films (The Theory Of Everything, Everest, Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy), comes the true story of the meteoric rise and fall of one of the most celebrated and controversial men in recent history; Lance Armstrong, the world-renowned Tour de France champion. The world needs heroes and Lance Armstrong was the ultimate sporting hero. Following a gruelling battle with cancer, Lance returned to his cycling career in 1999 more determined than ever and with his sights set firmly on winning the Tour de France. With the help of the infamous Italian physician Michele Ferrari and team director Johan Bruyneel, he developed the most sophisticated doping program in the history of the sport. This program allowed Lance and his American teammates to dominate the world of cycling, winning the Tour an unprecedented seven times. However not everyone believed the fairytale...Sunday Times journalist, David Walsh, at first charmed by Lance's charisma and talent, soon began to question whether the 'world's greatest athlete' was 'clean'. Walsh sought to unveil the truth, his ensuing battle with Armstrong risked his own career, ostracised him from the cycling community and cost his paper, The Sunday Times, hundreds of thousands in legal costs. But the indefatigable Walsh eventually uncovered the truth when a select few prepared to talk came forward, exposing one of the greatest deceptions of our time. Inspired by the award winning book 'Seven Deadly Sins' by David Walsh, and featuring a stellar cast including Ben Foster (Lone Survivor), Chris O'Dowd (Calvary), Guillaume Canet (Tell No One) and Jesse Plemons (Breaking Bad), THE PROGRAM is a tense and suspenseful thriller.
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Some of the most recognizable images of seven-time Tour de France winner Lance Armstrong are those of him wearing the Tour's yellow leader jersey, but as his mother Linda Armstrong Kelly explains, one of her fondest memories of Lance involves a far different fashion choice. (Fourth Annual Breast Cancer Awareness Luncheon presented by the Laura W. Bush Institute for Women's Health, Odessa, Texas)
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With the launch of the AMD-powered HP LiveStrong™ notebook computer, AMD tapped GamePlan and Synthetic Pictures to create a 30-second commerical that would promote the new notebook while also leveraging AMD's new partnership with the Lance Armstrong Foundation. $50 of every purchase would go to the LAF. GamePlan worked with Synthetic Pictures to write the script and produce the spot, using a broad spectrum of people, from kids to office workers to cancer survivors, all of whom "Live Strong." The spot ran during the 2005 Tour de France and as of May 2006, generated more than $2 million for the LAF with over 40,000 units sold. The spot also won a Silver Telly Award and a Creative Summit Award.
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http://fr.euronews.com/ Jusqu'au bout, Lance Armstrong aura affiché confiance et sérénité. Hier encore à Austin, au Texas, il apparaissait sûr de lui au milieu de 4.000 cyclistes amateurs. Pourtant, fin août, l'USADA, l'agence anti-dopage américaine, a suspendu à vie le cycliste et annulé l'ensemble de ses victoires depuis 1998. Le rapport rendu public par l'agence est accablant. Le septuple vainqueur du Tour y est accusé d'avoir monté avec l'US Postal "le programme de dopage le plus sophistiqué jamais vu dans l'histoire du sport"... C'est déjà la fin du mythe. La carrière française d'Armstrong avait été lancée en 1999 avec sa première victoire du tour de France. Il a alors 28 ans et vient de vaincre un cancer. Armstrong décide alors de consacrer sa carrière uniquement au tour de France. le mythe vient de naître. Hégémonique au contre-la-montre, stupéfiant de puissance en montagne, il remporte sept fois l'épreuve de 1999 à 2005, un record. Son aura ne cesse de grandir. L'Amérique raffole de son histoire. Les marques s'arrachent son image. Mais dès 2005 les premiers doutes apparaissent. A l'époque rien ne peut être prouvé. Mais aujourd'hui, sur 1000 pages, le rapport américain détaille le système mis en place par l'ex-champion... Des révélations rendues possibles notamment par le témoignage de nombreux anciens coéquipiers. Il est accusé d'usage de méthodes et substances interdites, EPO, transfusions sanguines, corticoïdes, produits masquants, mais aussi de trafic et d'encouragement à la pratique dopante. Au coeur du système, le médecin italien Michele Ferrari, qui orchestrait le dopage de l'équipe moyennant des sommes astronomiques. Ils sont quinze coéquipiers à avoir témoigné, parmi lesquels Floyd Landis ou encore Georges Hincapie. Ils racontent comment Armstrong détenait les produits dans son frigo et les encourageait à les utiliser. Comment il trichait avec les tests par le biais de transfusions sanguines ou en retardant les contrôles. Pour aggraver son cas, Armstrong a juré sous serment devant un jury fédéral ne s'être jamais dopé. Enfin, Nike, son sponsor de toujours, et Trek, sa marque de vélo, l'ont laché la semaine dernière. Retrouvez nous sur : Youtube http://bit.ly/zr3upY Facebook http://www.facebook.com/euronews.fans Twitter http://twitter.com/euronewsfr
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Team in Training Teammate & Livestrong San Diego Army member sends his support out to Lance Armstrong on his comeback to cycling and uniting the fight against cancer. LIVESTRONG! Cures Rock!
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The U.S. Anti-Doping Agency issued a blistering report accusing seven-time Tour de France champion Lance Armstrong of being at the center of "a massive team doping scheme, more extensive than any previously revealed in professional sports history." Photo: Joel Sagat/AFP/Getty Images. Don’t miss a WSJ video, subscribe here: http://bit.ly/14Q81Xy More from the Wall Street Journal: Visit WSJ.com: http://www.wsj.com Visit the WSJ Video Center: https://wsj.com/video On Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pg/wsj/videos/ On Twitter: https://twitter.com/WSJ On Snapchat: https://on.wsj.com/2ratjSM
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