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The Lance Effect: Are Amgen Tour of CA Crowds Smaller? Experts Weigh In

Judy Farah | Posted 07.15.2014 | Sports
Judy Farah

after Armstrong and three-time Amgen winner Levi Leipheimer admitted to doping just less than a year and a half ago, would the crowds still return? Would the sport be tainted?

How Can You Not Be Watching the Tour de France?

Stu Kreisman | Posted 09.13.2013 | Sports
Stu Kreisman

If all you know about cycling is that Lance Armstrong doped his way to seven titles, then you're missing out on an extraordinary sporting event.

Top 30 New Burger Joints of 2013 (So Far)

BurgerBusiness | Posted 08.31.2013 | Taste

Burger joints are moving away from build-your-own to wild-creations menus. Here are some of the most noteworthy.

A Ride With Bradley Wiggins

Darryl Roberts | Posted 12.17.2012 | Healthy Living
Darryl Roberts

Shortly after the Tour de France, I was invited to do a long bike ride with Bradley Wiggins in his hometown in England. It was called my Ride with Brad.

Michael Phelps Is Right to Buck Glory Hogging American Culture

Huw L. Hopkins | Posted 10.03.2012 | Sports
Huw L. Hopkins

This goes against the grain of American culture, one that likes to drag its success out for as long as possible, often ruining reputations.

The Olympic Spirit in London

Heather Lende | Posted 10.02.2012 | Sports
Heather Lende

Grandma Joanne is much more relaxed now that the event is over and Karen is both in one piece and successful -- not a medal, but the top ten in the wo...

Top 5 Sports Stories

Len Berman | Posted 09.22.2012 | New York
Len Berman

Yes the Joe Paterno statue had to come down. Statues are for heroes and we now know that Paterno wasn't one. Now we can get down to the real issues of how Penn State is going to move forward, and not get stuck on symbolism.

Fifty Shades of Soundbite

Mark Knight | Posted 09.16.2012 | Media
Mark Knight

In the fast-expanding media world, choosing the right soundbite is a vital ingredient of any interview. Journalists need to bring color to their stories, and bland corporate speak is unlikely to please their editors.