Aug. 20, 2012 - A federal judge dismisses Lance Armstrong's lawsuit against the United States Anti-Doping Agency saying his right to due process is not being violated.
Aug. 24, 2012 - Declares he will no longer fight charges of illegal doping. Shortly after Armstrong's announcement, the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency says they will strip Armstrong of his seven Tour de France titles and impose a lifetime ban on him.
Oct. 10, 2012 - The U.S. Anti-Doping Agency's 202 page report on Armstrong is released. The report places Armstrong at the center of a doping program during his heyday in cycling. Also in the report former teammates admit to doping and ways of beating the drug-testing. Armstrong has always denied the allegations.
Oct. 14, 2012 - The Sunday Times of London is considering a lawsuit against Armstrong to recoup the settlement paid him in June 2006 for a 2004 article implying he took performance-enhancing drugs.
Oct. 17, 2012 - Armstrong announces he is stepping down as chairman of LIVESTRONG.
Oct. 17, 2012 - Nike terminates their contract with Lance Armstrong. Anheuser-Busch also announces it will not renew its contract with Armstrong after it expires in 2012.
Oct. 22, 2012 - The International Cycling Union announces that Armstrong is being stripped of his Tour de France titles and is being banned from professional cycling for life.
Oct. 22, 2012 - Oakley announces it is severing ties with Armstrong but will continue to support the LIVESTRONG Foundation.
Nov. 12, 2012 - Armstrong resigns from his position on the LIVESTRONG Foundation board.
Nov. 14, 2012 - The Lance Armstrong Foundation announces it has formally dropped Armstrong's name from its title. It will now be the LIVESTRONG Foundation.