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Well, that’s one strategy.
It seems likely some of these people also beat cancer, which just makes it worse.
His career is over, and his reputation in shambles. But Livestrong.com, a health and fitness website founded with his support, surges on.
It’s also 24 karat gold. Maybe you can melt it down?
Yellow bracelets are viciously cut in half as the countdown to Armstrong’s public admission of doping continues.
In an email, the CEO urges Livestrong’s community to “pull together.”
The embattled cyclist didn’t have much to do with the day-to-day operations of the foundation anyways — though it is still legally named for him.
The doping scandal continues to disgrace the champion cyclist. In a statement, Armstrong explains that he doesn’t want to bring any of his career’s controversy to the cancer foundation.
Your mom sent me this screen-shot from Livestrong.com earlier. She was worried that she ruined her diet last night.
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