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Lance Armstrong in 2009, wearing some of Nike's Livestrong apparel. Nike will stop manufacturing that line after the 2013 holiday season. And it is ending its support of the Livestrong charity.
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May 28, 2013 Cycling superstar Lance Armstrong founded the cancer charity in 1997. After years of denials, he admitted in January that he used performance-enhancing drugs during his career. Nike earlier cut ties with Armstrong. Now it is parting ways with the foundation.
Lance Armstrong at a LIVESTRONG Challenge Ride on Sunday in Austin, Texas.
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October 23, 2012 Lance Armstrong has been banned from competitive cycling and stripped of his Tour titles because of evidence he used performance enhancing drugs and pushed teammates to do so as well. Should he still be able to claim he won those races?
October 17, 2012 "He's our founder. He's been the inspiration for our work for so many years," Doug Ulman tells All Things Considered host Melissa Block. "The work that he started ... is incredibly meaningful to millions and millions of people."
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