Lance Armstrong factfile - before and after the ban

Updated: 22 October 2012 17:58 IST

Lance Armstrong factfile before and after the International Cycling Union (UCI) on Monday upheld a US Anti-Doping Agency (USADA) decision to ban him for life and strip him of his record seven Tour de France victories.

Lance Armstrong factfile - before and after the ban

Geneva:

Lance Armstrong factfile before the International Cycling Union (UCI) on Monday upheld a US Anti-Doping Agency (USADA) decision to ban him for life and strip him of his record seven Tour de France victories.


Name: Lance Armstrong

Date of birth: Sept 18, 1971

Place of birth: Dallas, Texas

Nationality: American

Height: 1.77 m

Weight: 72 kg

Personal

Armstrong is the father of five children

Lives in Austin, Texas.

Career

1992 to 2005; 2009 to 2011

Major wins

Tour de France 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004 and 2005

Tour of Switzerland 2001, Dauphine Libere 2002 and 2003

Tour of Luxembourg 1998, Midi Libre 2002

Tour de France: 13 participations, 7 victories; 22 invididual stage wins

Other wins

World champion 1993 (Oslo)

US champion 1993

Clasica San Sebastian 1995, Fleche Wallonne 1996

Teams

Motorola (August 1992 to 1996), Cofidis (1997), US Postal (1998 to 2004), Discovery Channel (2005), Astana (2009), RadioShack (2010)

Lance Armstrong's factfile after the International Cycling (UCI) on Monday upheld a US Anti-Doping Agency (USADA) decision to ban him for life and strip him of his record seven Tour de France victories.

Now, only the Texan's results before August 1998 stand.

Major wins: nil

Stage wins:

Tour de France: two stages (1993, 1995)

Tour de Luxembourg: 1998

Tour DuPont: 1995, 1996

Other races:

World champion 1993

US Champion 1993

Clasica San Sebastian 1995, Fleche Wallonne 1996



Topics : Cycling
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