1. Lance Armstrong was the face of the largest sports doping scandal in history.
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2. Lance Armstrong will certainly be remembered for being an outstanding athlete and four-time winner of the Tour de France, but he will touch more lives through the Lance Armstrong Foundation and the Race for the Roses charity bike ride, which raise money for cancer research and assistance.
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3. Lance Armstrong won a bronze medal at the 2000 Summer Olympics.
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6. Lance Armstrong was banned from cycling competitions for life by the United States Anti-Doping Agency in 2012.
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8. Lance Armstrong is an American former professional road racing cyclist who has won the Tour de France for seven consecutive times from 1999 to 2005.
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11. Lance Armstrong made his return to long distance triathlon in the inaugural Ironman 70.3 Panama race, on February 12, 2012.
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13. Lance Armstrong said the race was extremely difficult compared to the Tour de France.
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14. Lance Armstrong assembled a pace team of Alberto Salazar, Joan Benoit Samuelson, and Hicham El Guerrouj to help him reach 3 hours.
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15. Lance Armstrong addressed the riders the Friday evening before the two-day ride and helped the ride raise millions for cancer research.
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27. Lance Armstrong became the first American to win the La Fleche Wallonne and again won the Tour DuPont.
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29. Lance Armstrong stopped swimming-only races after seeing a poster for a junior triathlon, called the Iron Kids Triathlon, which he won at age 13.
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33. Lance Armstrong competed in the 1992 Olympics in Barcelona, Spain, where he placed 14th in the road race.
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35. Lance Armstrong was born September 18, 1971 in Plano, Texas.
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36. Lance Armstrong was good friends with Robin Williams back in the day.
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37. Lance Armstrong let everyone know he was serious when he won the Iron Kids Triathlon at just 13 years old.
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39. Lance Armstrong was previously engaged to Sheryl Crow and dated actress Kate Hudson.
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44. In 1999 Lance Armstrong was the surprise winner of the grueling Tour de France, which winds through the Alps.
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45. On July 25, 1999, Lance Armstrong became the second American to win the Tour de France, the sport's most prestigious race, and the first to win for an American team.
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47. Lance Armstrong is the 1993 professional world champion, and won the Tour de France a record seven consecutive times from 1999 to 2005.
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49. Lance Armstrong confessed of drug use in an interview last month with Oprah Winfrey.
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50. Lance Armstrong was the subject of a two-year federal grand jury investigation that the Justice Department dropped a year ago without an indictment.
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57. In 1995 Lance Armstrong won the Tour du Pont and Spain's San Sebastian Classic, in the process becoming the first American to win a World Cup road race.
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66. Lance Armstrong is one of the most celebrated athletes in the world, making history in 2005 by winning the prestigious Tour de France bicycle race for the seventh consecutive year.
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68. Lance Armstrong finished his first Tour de France, in 1995, a humbled man.
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72. In 1992, Lance Armstrong won his first two major races, the First Union Grand Prix in Atlanta and Thrift Drug Classic in Pittsburgh.
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78. Lance Armstrong was born in Plano, Texas, on September 18, 1971.
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79. Lance Armstrong faced accusations of doping as early as the 1999 Tour de France.
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84. Lance Armstrong was involved in a doping scandal, which made him strip down his victories of Tour de France in 2012.
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87. On September 9, 2008, Lance Armstrong announced that he planned to return to competition and the Tour de France in 2009.
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93. Lance Armstrong was stripped of his Tour De France titles but told Today that if he could go back and compete he would, and he would be successful without the use of performance-enhancing drugs.
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94. Lance Armstrong was an early investor in Uber after dropping in $100,000 in a venture capital firm around 2009, which then invested the bulk of those funds into the ride-hailing company, according to CNBC.
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96. Lance Armstrong told CNBC on Thursday that his investment in the ride-hailing company Uber saved his family.
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98. Lance Armstrong discussed his post-scandal finances during an interview with Andrew Ross Sorkin for CNBC, revealing that he stands to make a lot of money from an investment in Uber.
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