Oh, and I'm always on my way to class, late.
To stay on track, I received a push notification from CNN on my iPhone. It led me to the article that I am about to outline and have sourced below.
According to the article, Lance Armstrong is resigning as chairman of the Livestong Cancer charity that he founded over a decade ago.
Nike is also reportedly ending its contract with Armstrong over the whole doping debacle. Albeit the corporation is not abstaining from supporting Armstrong's cancer foundation. Read More.
After vigorously testing Armstrong, the U.S. Anti-Droping Agency revealed that it had uncovered overwhleming evidence of Armstrong's involvement for doping while cycling. Find Out More.
Jeff Garvey, one of Livestrong's founding chairmen, will take over as chairman.
A survivor of testicular cancer, Armstrong's comment on the ordeal was quite vague, stating that he would still continue his service with both the foundation and the cancer community, but did not specify any details about a specific role.
The article reads continues,
According to Livestrong, Armstrong has helped raise nearly $500 million for cancer research, treatment and support in his role as Livestrong founder and helped "dispel the stigma and misconceptions about the disease."
In its report, the anti-doping agency made public testimony from Armstrong's teammates and others involved in the U.S. Postal Service- and Discovery-sponsored cycling teams who said the seven-time Tour de France winner was among team members who used banned performance-enhancing substances and tried to hide it from testing officials.
However, this may all change:
"The USADA is sending its "reasoned decision" to the international governing body of cycling, the Union Cycliste Internationale, as well as the World Anti-Doping Agency and the World Triathlon Corporation, which runs Ironman competitions."
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