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Lance Edward Armstrong (born Lance Edward Gunderson; September 18, 1971) is an American former professional road racing cyclist, infamous for the biggest doping scandal in cycling history. More about Lance Armstrong
The most expensive item with a signature of Lance Armstrong (Lance Armstrong Autographed, Framed, Authentic Jersey) was sold on eBay in May 2008 for $1376.00 while the cheapest item (Lance Armstrong Signed Vintage Giro Cycling Helmet) found a new owner for $0.01 in August 2011. The month with the most items sold (16) was December 2009 with an average selling price of $58.00 for an autographed item of Lance Armstrong. Sold items reached their highest average selling price in April 2012 with $1000.00 and the month that saw the lowest prices with $11.51 was October 2010. In average, an autographed item from Lance Armstrong is worth $59.79.
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These are the most current items with a signature of Lance Armstrong that were listed on eBay and on other online stores - click here for more items.
|Picture||Item Title ▼||Price||Store|
|Authenticated Signed Lance Armstrong 36 X 24 Poster||$150.00|
|Lance Armstrong (Cycling) Autographed OML (Selig) Baseball – JSA Cert||$249.99|
|Lance Armstrong autographed 8x10 Photo (7 consecutive Tour de France victories) #1 Matted & Framed||$144.99|
|Lance Armstrong Autographed Sports Illustrated Magazine - August 4, 2003||$161.99|
|Lance Armstrong Signed Autographed Picture certificate of authenticity||$125.00|
|Lance Armstrong Signed Discovery Jersey||$200.00|
|Lance Armstrong Signed Postal Tour de France Jersey||$200.00|
In total, we tracked 191 items since 01/01/2008. The chart below shows the trade volume over time.
Most recently, these items with a signature of Lance Armstrong were sold on eBay - click here for more items.
|Picture||Item Title ▼||Price||Store|
|Lance Armstrong Authentic Signed 11X14 Metallic Photo Autographed BAS||$59.00|
|Lance Armstrong Le Boss Signed 16X20 Photo Tour De France BAS Witnessed 2||$77.96|
|LANCE ARMSTRONG SIGNED 8x10 CYCLING PHOTO||$22.50|
|LANCE ARMSTRONG SIGNED 8x10 CYCLING PHOTO SPORTS AUTOGRAPH||$15.49|
|Lance Armstrong Signed Sports Illustrated Sportsman of The Year 7 time Tour win||$19.99|
Boris Karloff (3) vs. Anastasia Romanoff; Lance Armstrong advances - StatsBlogs (01/27/19): I’m still feeling bad about my ruling the other day. . . . I mean, sure, Robin Williams doing Elmer Fudd doing Bruce Springsteen was amazing, but Veronica Geng—she was one of a kind. Anyway, yesterday’s winner is another dark horse. There’s little doubt in my mind that Bobby Fischer, if in a good mood, …Read more →
This Week In Hot Takes: Rob Parker says Tom Brady "will become Lance Armstrong without the bike" (01/25/19): One of the hottest takes from Jan. 18-24 was Fox Sports' Rob Parker deciding to go off on the Patriots and compare Tom Brady to Lance Armstrong.
Lance Armstrong's Very Early Uber Investment "Saved" His Family Financially (12/10/18): Heroes rather ever fall as far from grace as cyclist Lance Armstrong, whose reputation was perhaps irrevocably tarnished due to the sport-wide doping ...
Lance Armstrong says Uber investment 'saved his family' - Cycling Weekly (12/07/18): Lance Armstrong thanks an investment in Uber for "saving his family" when he was under fire to pay legal settlements for doping.
Lance Armstrong upset at 'double standard,' wonders why people don't hate A-Rod for PED use too (12/07/18): Lance Armstrong said on Thursday that there's a double standard when looking at caught PEDs users, and doesn't get why people don't hate Alex Rodriguez for the same thing, too.
Lance Armstrong doesn't get it and until he does, he won't get any sympathy (12/2018): Lance Armstrong says in new interview that last six years have been hard and he doesn't understand why he's still reviled.
Iron Horse Bicycle Classic professional road race features local favorites and young guns (05/2015): He’s well known for beating Lance Armstrong in a mountain bike race in Aspen as just a 16-year-old. “Nico has been a high placer in previous years, and Keegan is a strong up-and-comer,” Sippy said. Another name to watch is Durango local-by-way-of ...
Lance Armstrong 'too late' for reduced ban (03/2015): Lance Armstrong has not done enough to get his life ban reduced and his latest bid for rehabilitation is coming too late, the director general of the World Anti-Doping Agency says.
Lance Armstrong and The Cautionary Tale of Arbitration (02/2015): Polsinelli – Arbitration is sometimes touted as less expensive and less risky for businesses than traditional courtroom litigation, especially when it comes to consumer disputes.
Lance Armstrong Appears In Rocker Pal's New Video (01/2015): Disgraced cyclist Lance Armstrong has signed up to appear in the new video from pal Tim Commerford's new band Future User. The Rage Against The MAChine bassist often works out with Armstrong and turned to him when he needed a cameo for his new song Mountain Lion.
Lance Armstrong: ‘I won’t cheat at golf – honest!’ (12/2014): Lance Armstrong, the spectacular cheat who harnsssed the power of lab technology and a good backstory to win seven Tour de France titles, says he draws the line at cheating at...golf, telling Golf Digest...
Sheryl Crow happy she broke up with Lance Armstrong (10/2014): Country star Sheryl Crow is "so happy" she was not dating disgraced cyclist Lance Armstrong when he confessed to taking performance-enhancing drugs.
Doug Ulman to step down as CEO of cancer charity started by Lance Armstrong (09/2014): The CEO of the cancer charity Livestrong is leaving after 14 years, a period in which the small local charity grew into a $500 million US global brand before it was rocked by founder Lance Armstrong's confession that he used performance-enhancing drugs during his cycling career.
Lance Armstrong: Lie would have continued (08/2014): Lance Armstrong says he would still be issuing strident denials if he hadn't been caught and then forced to admit to using performance-enhancing drugs.
Lance Armstrong writes foreword for whistleblower’s book (06/2014): The Irish whistleblower central to the downfall of Lance Armstrong has written a new book with a foreword by none other than the disgraced former cycling professional himself.
Lance Armstrong visits Central Ark. for cycling event (05/2014): Former professional cyclist Lance Armstrong visited Pulaski County Saturday for a little biking.
Viral Video: Lance Armstrong fixes a flat (04/2014): Outside Magazine tries to recast (and rehab) the disgraced Tour de France champ in this how-to-change-a-flat-tire video.
Lance Armstrong faces £12m bill for doping lie (03/2014): Lance Armstrong has moved a step nearer getting a bill for about $20m (£12m) for lying under oath about his use of performance-enhancing drugs when securing prize money from insurance company SCA Promotions.
Lance Armstrong facing 12 million-pound bill from insurance company for 'lying about doping' (02/2014): Disgraced former American cyclist Lance Armstrong is reportedly facing a 12 million-pound bill for lying under oath about his use of performance-enhancing drugs when securing prize money from insurance company SCA Promotions.
Documentary details how Lance Armstrong took us all for a ride (01/2014): A man who committed what the National Parole Board calls one of the most heinous crimes in the history of B.C. will be allowed to leave prison for up to 72 hours a month.
2013 sports month-by-month review: January - featuring Lance Armstrong, Andy Murray and Eden Hazard (12/2013): As the year draws to a close, Sportsmail takes a look back at the highs and lows and the tos and the fros from the 2013 sporting calendar with a month-by-month review of the most memorable moments.
Behind Lance Armstrong's Blood Money (11/2013): Disgraced cyclist Lance Armstrong was fueled by Wall Street money as well as steroids, says Vanessa O'Connell, author of Wheelmen.
'The Armstrong Lie' Director on Being Caught in Lance Armstrong's Web of Lies (10/2013): Alex Gibney Talks About Revamping His Armstrong Documentary
U.S. government said it was deceived by Lance Armstrong (09/2013): SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 25 (UPI) -- Cyclist Lance Armstrong said the U.S. government -- a sponsor of his cycling team -- should have known he was doping, but the government argued it was deceived.
Lance Armstrong on doping (07/2013): In his first major cycling event since his doping admission, Lance Armstrong says he still anticipates fallout from the scandal that erased his Tour de France victories. But he's "a big boy" and can handle it.
Lance Armstrong uninvited, unwanted guest at 100th Tour de France (06/2013): Lance Armstrong made himself the uninvited and unwanted guest at the Tour de France on Friday, coming back to haunt the 100th edition of the race and infuriating riders both past and present by talking at length in a newspaper interview about doping in th
Quoted: Sheryl Crow has nothing to say about Lance Armstrong (05/2013): “His story is completely his own. . ." says the singer of her ex-fiance, "and so I don’t speak about it.”
Nation+world: Justice Dept. says Lance Armstrong was 'unjustly enriched' (04/2013): U.S. Justice Department joins whistle-blower lawsuit against Lance Armstrong, saying the cyclist violated his contract with the U.S. Postal Service and was 'unjustly enriched' while cheating to win the Tour de France.
Spain investigating Lance Armstrong (03/2013): NEW YORK, March 27 (UPI) -- Spain is investigating the possibility of filing criminal charges against cyclist Lance Armstrong , unidentified sources told ABC News.
Livestrong exec: Lance Armstrong wasn't asked to leave (02/2013): CHICAGO — An executive vice president of a cancer charity founded by Lance Armstrong says the cyclist wasn't formally asked to resign after admitting the use of performance-enhancing drugs.
Lance Armstrong's former teammate Patrick McCarty 'was shunned for not doping' (01/2013): Patrick McCarty, a former teammate of disgraced cycling cheat Lance Armstrong claims that his career was ruined because he refused the pressure to take performance enhancing substances.
Sunday Times bosses sue Lance Armstrong over libel settlement (12/2012): Publishers at Rupert Murdoch's Sunday Times newspaper are suing disgraced cyclist Lance Armstrong for cash he won from them in a libel settlement.
Gym In Lance Armstrong's Home Town Erases His Name, Pretends He Never Existed (11/2012): A gym in Austin, Texas, the hometown of Lance Armstrong , has cut ties with the disgraced cyclist and has literally erased his name from their locations.
Lance Armstrong will be burned in effigy (10/2012): If being stripped of his Tour de France titles wasn’t enough, the English town of Edenbridge has elected to burn a 30 foot replica of disgraced professional cyclist Lance Armstrong to burn.
Lance Armstrong Competes in Local Triathlon (09/2012): Legendary athlete Lance Armstrong visited San Diego Sunday to compete in the annual SuperFrog Triathlon at Silver Strand State Beach. Photo Credit: NBCSanDiego
Lance Armstrong can't get cheating out of his system (08/2012): Lance Armstrong continues to introduce himself as a seven-time Tour de France champion despite being stripped of his titles by the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency. Other sports cheaters have been ostracized, so why not Armstrong? A week later, he's still cheating.
Symbus Law Group Representing Supplement Maker Kidstrong Alleges Trademark Misuse by Lance Armstrong Foundation (07/2012): A dispute over an attempt by dietary supplement maker Kidstrong Enterprises to trademark the name PROSTRONG has led to claims that the Lance Armstrong Foundation is engaging in tra
Lance Armstrong shrugs off USADA 'antics' (06/2012): Lance Armstrong Saturday shrugged off the US Anti-Doping Agency's decision to file formal doping charges against him, saying he wouldn't let it halt his cancer awareness work.