Anti-Sportsman of the Year

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Lance Armstrong
Text: RJ Rico
Photo: Peter Dejong/AP

Lance Armstrong

These days it seems like for every sports hero, there is a cheater. For every "good sport," a bad one. Whether it was by trying to game the system or by flat-out cheating, spouting profanities at a fan or directing racist epithets at an opponent, athletes have given sports fans a fair share of stupidity to endure this year. We've managed to whittle the list down to the 14 biggest examples of un-sportsmanship. Without further ado, we present the Anti-Sportsmen of the Year.

Lance Armstrong tops the list of athletes who should have his or her Sportsman of the Year Award revoked. Armstrong's legacy crumbled faster than his steroid-fueled thighs used to take him up France's Pyrenees Mountains; former teammates admitted that not only had Armstrong constantly used steroids, but also that he practically forced his teammates to do the same. Not that he'll admit to any of it.

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