What Is Lance Armstrong Net Worth?

RODEZ, FRANCE - JULY 17:  Lance Armstrong of the USA and Team Radioshack signs on at the start of stage thirteen of the 2010 Tour de France from Rodez to Revel on July 17, 2010 in Revel, France.
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Still the most famous and infamous name in cycling, Lance Armstrong fell from revered to reviled, from champion to cheater after he was engulfed in a doping scandal that toppled him from his perch at the summit of the racing world. 

Lance Armstrong Net Worth: $50 Million

In the early 2000s, it was hard to find a human wrist that wasn’t adorned with yellow Livestrong rubber. Armstrong inspired the world when he survived cancer and went on to smash all records with an incredible seven Tour de France wins. By the 2010s, however, Armstrong’s world was crumbling as former teammates began admitting to using banned substances and implicating Armstrong himself. He was eventually banned from racing for life and had all of his titles — including his Tour de France wins — stripped. In 2013, he returned his only Olympic medal, the bronze he took home from Sydney during his glory days in 2000.

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Last updated: July 21, 2021

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