Cycling union strips Armstrong of Tour de France titles
The Union Cycliste Internationale has stripped Lance Armstrong of his seven Tour de France titles and banned him from professional cycling for life.
Cyclist Lance Armstrong stands onstage during the 15th anniversary celebration for Livestrong, his cancer-fighting charity, on Friday, Oct. 19, 2012, in Austin, Texas. Joining him are members of Livestrong's staff, many of whom are cancer survivors. Armstrong said he has been through a "difficult couple of weeks" and urged supporters of the charity to stand behind its mission. "The mission is bigger than me. It's bigger than any individual," Armstrong said in opening remarks at the celebration. (AP Photo/Livestrong, Elizabeth Kreutz)
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