Armstrong seemed to be holding onto his own myth like a fisherman who had a 500-pound tuna on the line – one that he knew would get away.
Dickey’s story is not just a Mets story, but one for all sports fans, for it transcends team glory and becomes a lesson in perseverance and human dignity.
As Armstrong finally accepts his fate, we can only hang our heads in shame because of him and the other American sports figures who cheated or have done wrong.
LiveStrong's cancer support network will survive because the real scandal is not curing cancer.
How superheroes have shaped our culture and how this summer shows its contradictions.
The final stages of the Tour de France saw another Spanish victory in a summer rich with sporting success.
A riveting look at bicycle racing, Tour de France winners, the teams, the athletes, the scandals, and winning.
With the Tour de France starting July 4th, this excellent autobiography is a perfect read.