1. HD FULL - The Real Price of Winning at All Costs: Elite Cycling, Doping and Lance Armstrong

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    This symposium on doping in the world of cycling includes discussion of actions taken by Lance Armstrong and others to cover up an internationally pervasive doping culture. Panelists weighing in on the subject include Greg LeMond (three-time Tour de France winner) and his wife Kathy, Betsy Andreu (wife of USPS cycling captain Frankie Andreu), Bill Bock (general counsel of US Anti-Doping Agency), and Reed Albergotti (white collar crime reporter, The Wall Street Journal). This HD video of the event has four different camera angles and custom graphics. Comments are more than welcome but if they are obscene, they will be removed and the user blocked. This presentation was produced by the Texas Program in Sports and Media at UT Austin and the Moody College of Communication and funded by the McGarr Symposium on Sports and Society.

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    • TPSM presents "The Culture of Sport and Cheating" with Lance Armstrong's lawyers

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      Three of Lance Armstrong's legal team joined a panel discussion on performance enhancing drugs in sports and recent enforcement efforts of doping cases within the anti-doping code, the Court for Arbitration of Sport and U.S. Federal prosecutions. Presented by the Texas Program in Sports and Media, an open round-table discussion featured attorneys, reporters and athletes with a variety of perspectives and experiences with the current state of affairs. Panelists included Tim Herman, partner, Howry, Breen and Herman; Bryan Daly, partner, SheppardMullin; David Ulich, partner, SheppardMullin; Mark Fainaru-Wada, reporter, ESPN; Juliet Macur, reporter, The New York Times; Jill Sterkel, former competitive swimmer, 4X Olympic medal-winner; and Dr. Steven Ungerleider, sports psychologist, author, trustee of Global Sports Development.

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      • 9/8/13 Sunday WWJST Lance Armstrong

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        Join us for the kick off service of our "What Jesus Say To..." sermon series! Pastor Swann shares what he believes Jesus would say to Lance, but it may not be what you think! From dancing bobble heads, powerful worship, and a sermon that surprises this is one you don't want to miss! Alive Kim Walker-Smith © 2013 Jesus Culture Let it Be Known Nick Herbert, Tim Hughes, Tom Smith © 2013 Thankyou Music (Admin. by EMI Christian Music Publishing) Lead Me to the Cross Brooke Ligertwood ©2006 Hillsong Music Publishing (Admin. by EMI Christian Music Publishing) Awakening Chris Tomlin, Reuben Morgan © 2010 sixsteps Music (Admin. by EMI Christian Music Publishing) worshiptogether.com songs (Admin. by EMI Christian Music Publishing) Vamos Publishing (Admin. by EMI Christian Music Publishing) Hillsong Music Publishing (Admin. by EMI Christian Music Publishing)

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        • The Fatal Flaws of A God-Follower

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          Brady Weldon preaches a powerful messaged titled "The Fatal Flaws of A God-Follower".

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          • Hammer and Hell, Tour DuPont Part 2

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            The final stages of the First Tour DuPont, including the amazing final Time Trial between PDM and Z.

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            • Road to Paris

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              Docuemntal sobre Lance Armstrong

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              • road to paris

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                Road to Paris, Copyright & production by A Nike Production & by Wieden+Kennedy Entertainment and @radical.media

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                • The Hero Report 33: Lance Armstrong - Fall or Negation?

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                  Ari and Matt welcome ex-cyclist, Steve Jennings to discuss what doping by Lance Armstrong does to his hero status. There are many issues involved, such as beating cancer, the prevalence of doping in the sport, the work of the Livestrong Foundation, and the role of celebrity.

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                  • The World According to Lance

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                    "Like a dead body in the basement," the truth about Lance Armstrong's cheating is out. In this explosive documentary, those who broke the "code of silence" to expose the seven times Tour de France Winner paint a portrait of Armstrong as a ruthless serial cheat who not only used drugs but blood transfusions - and expected his team-mates to do the same. In this explosive documentary, those who broke the "code of silence" to expose the seven times Tour de France winner, Lance Armstrong, reveal why they put their own lives and liberty on the line for cycling. Revelations come thick and fast in this forensic analysis of the biggest sporting fraud the world has ever seen. Team mates paint a portrait of Armstrong as a ruthless serial cheat who not only used drugs but blood transfusions, and expected them to do the same. Throughout his testimony Armstrong vows he has, "never taken performance-enhancing drugs". Yet Tyler Hamilton describes how he and Armstrong injected after each stage of the Tour de France in the team van, just metres away from fans. "You quickly just stuck it in, got rid of it, gave it to a team doctor to dispose of." Since 1998 one third of the top ten Tour de France riders have been linked to doping, yet time and again the UCI, the governing body of cycling, has not acted to investigate Armstrong. He has donated more than $100,000 to the UCI. Without a trace of irony he explains, "I'm doing it to fund the fight against doping." Team mates describe a long pattern of buying silence. "It's not about money for me. It's about the faith of all the cancer survivors around the world," Armstrong intoned after winning his first Tour de France within three years of being diagnosed with cancer. Sadly for him, the world no longer believes in miracles.

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                    • Paris Roubaix Doku (Nederland 3)

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