Call it karma!
Well, coincidentally, the country's internet is down again!
Previously, when their web went down on Monday, they released a statement saying
Hey Lance Armstrong!
We're sorry to hear that you're unable to take part in a swimming competition in Texas, but maybe you shouldn't have cheated in sports for all those years and then followed it all up with lies. You'd probably be able to compete in anything you wanted had you not done that! Just sayin'!
Armstrong wanted to compete at the Masters South Central Zone Swimming Championships in his home town of Austin this weekend. It has nothing to do with cycling, it isn't subjected to USA or World Anti-Doping Agency codes. No prob, right?
After all his dramz, we're not surprised that Lance Armstrong wants to get out of the limelight.
The cyclist was spotted at LAX yesterday getting ready to leave El Lay, and despite the fact that everyone and their mom is trying to gang up on him with lawsuits — he actually appeared kind of happy.
Armstrong strolled through the airport with a slight smirk on his face, which made us smile because we know everything that he's been going through is tough. We can only imagine how he's feeling, but we're hoping his life gets better soon.
Because at the end of the day, he's still human, and we all make mistakes.
Keep your head up Lance!
[Image via Boris Issaei/MRM/National Photo Group.]
Lance Armstrong's life story is heading to the big screen!
A couple months ago, we learned that Bad Robot Productions and Paramount Pictures were getting ready to produce a flick based on Juliet Macur's book, Cycle of Lies: The Fall of Lance Armstrong — but now, reports are stating that Warner Bros. is working on their own version of the biker's life and
Lance Armstrong has another hurdle to go over!
According to reports, the Justice Department is joining biker, Floyd Landis in a lawsuit that was filed a couple years ago against Lance, and we don't know about you, but we think Armstrong is gonna have a tough time getting out of this one!!
The reason why the government decided to jump on the suit is because
This was probably the best idea.
Lance Armstrong had plans to be interviewed under oath by the US Anti-Doping Agency in hopes to clean up the insanity behind how he doped his way to stardom, and to try to not get banned from cycling forever.
But after meeting his deadline today to let the USADA know if he was gonna see them — Armstrong decided that he didn't want to be interviewed.
The cyclist wanted to get together with the agency to cleanup his doping madness, and to hopefully be considered to not be banned from biking forever… but now, Armstrong doesn't even know he wants to meet with them anymore.
Lance Armstrong just can't catch a break.
SCA Promotions, an insurance company in Dallas, Texas, is suing Lance over bonuses paid to him after winning the Tour de France.
The lawsuit said: