"A massive fraud now full exposed" in the poetic words of the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency, Armstrong was relieved of his record-seven Tour de France titles and banned from cycling for life for using performance-enhancing substances. (The International Cycling Union imposed a similar sentence.) Armstrong declined to challenge USADA, but rode off screaming "witch hunt!" despite more than 1,000 pages of damning evidence and testimony from former teammates. As a final indignity, his sponsors fled and the anti-cancer charity he founded dropped his name from its title.