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  1. Bode Miller teaming with Jon Olsson to run Gumball 3000

    U.S. Olympic gold medalist skier Bode Miller has teamed with Swedish X Games champion freeskier Jon Olsson to drive the Gumball 3000 Rally, a Tour de France-style auto race stretching from London to Istanbul beginning on Thursday.

    Story | Conversation | May 23, 2011
  2. The Power Of Three Was Strong In The Sporting Week That Was

    Chip Ganassi celebrates Jamie McMurray's Brickyard win in true "Wayne's World" fashion. Alex Rodriguez may not have hit career homer No. 600 this week, but that didn't mean all was quiet in the sporting world. Because some NASCAR history makers, s...

    Blog | August 01, 2010
  3. Carl Ehrlich diary: Checking in on the Tour de France

    Carl Ehrlich

    Carl Ehrlich recounts his Tour de France viewing experience.

    Story | Conversation | July 28, 2010
  4. 3PM ET Mike Tomlin Gets Contract Extension Cavendish Rides To 4t...

    James Lang/US Presswire STEELERS GIVE TOMLIN EXTENSION: The Pittsburgh Steelers have announced that Head Coach Mike Tomlin's contract has been extended for two more years through at least the 2012 season. The deal includes an option year which co...

    Blog | July 23, 2010
  5. About Last Night: Pictures From Saturday, July 3rd

    Joern Pollex/Getty Images It was in midair when Germany's Arne Friedrich realized that a celebratory belly flop was quite possibly the worst idea ever. Jasper Juinen/Getty Images When David Villa dropped his last pretzel M&M on the gro...

    Blog | July 04, 2010
  6. Sunday, July 26

    Today's Preview The end of the (senior) British Open, the conclusion of the Tour de France, and the Brickyard 500 add flavor to the usual summer salad of baseball, WNBA, and soccer. With 18 holes left to play at Berkshire, Greg Norman holds a o...

    Blog | Conversation | July 25, 2009
  7. RadioShack to sponsor Lance Armstrong's new cycling team

    Bonnie D. Ford

    RadioShack will be the primary sponsor for Lance Armstrong and Johan Bruyneel's new cycling team, an industry source told ESPN.com's Bonnie D. Ford on Thursday.

    Story | Conversation | July 23, 2009
  8. Tainted Tour's final stage heavy with symbolism

    Bonnie DeSimone

    Cyclists are rolling into Paris on Sunday, and perhaps symbolic of their doping-tainted Tour, they ride by the Chatenay-Malabry lab where tests are conducted.

    Story | Conversation | July 28, 2007
  9. Tour de France winner Armstrong to drive pace car

    Lance Armstrong drove his first laps around the 2.5-mile Indianapolis Motor Speedway track and will be the pace car driver Sunday at the start of the Indianapolis 500.

    Story | Conversation | May 27, 2006
  10. Armstrong to drive pace car at Indy 500

    Legendary cyclist Lance Armstrong will have the honor of leading the field to the start of the 2006 Indianapolis 500.

    Story | Conversation | April 04, 2006
  11. Armstrong pledges $500,000 for cancer patients

    The sports world continues to respond to the needs of Hurricane Katrina victims.

    Story | Conversation | September 02, 2005
  12. Webber holds cyclists in high regard

    Dan Knutson

    Thanks to his friend, Lance Armstrong, F1 driver Mark Webber has gotten a taste of what it takes to compete in the Tour de France.

    Story | Conversation | July 22, 2005
  13. Riding a bike ain't easy ...

    Jim Caple

    After watching Lance Armstrong at the Tour de France, Jim Caple decided to ride a stage himself. He's still alive ... barely.

    Story | Conversation | July 08, 2005
  14. Webber says Armstrong would like to drive

    Six-time Tour de France winner Lance Armstrong said he would love to drive a Formula One car after he and Australian racer Mark Webber trained together.

    Story | Conversation | November 12, 2004
  15. Yellow has its privileges

    Mike Massaro

    Jimmie Johnson is having the kind of year where he can now experiment. And he will at Loudon.

    Story | Conversation | July 24, 2004