Tag: Mark Zeigler
Last night was a special show. With Lance allegedly coming clean about being dirty, Huddle and I invited Betsy Andreu and Mark Zeigler -he came in studio- to share their opinions. Buckle your seat belts. This was a wild ride!
The last time Mark Zeigler came on The Competitors was on March 4, 2012, a few weeks after the Department of Justice case against Lance Armstrong was thrown out by Andre Birotte Junior. During our interview at that time, Mark said that when that case had been thrown out, a source sent him a four word text: It’s Not Over Yet.
Our hour long conversation with Zeigler started from that point in time and takes us through the last few months.
When it comes to drugs in sport, our go-to-guy from the very beginning of Competitor Radio has been Mark Zeigler of the San Diego Union Tribune. With Ryan Braun in the headlines, Mark came on to chat about that case, along with the issues he sees brewing in cycling, triathlon, and the upcoming Olympics.
When it comes to discussing performance enhancing drugs, our go-to guy has always been Mark Zeigler from the San Diego Union Tribune. He came in-studio for a wide ranging discussion that included his thoughts on Tyler, Floyd and, of course, Lance. Listen carefully: The lead in to the interview features a classic Lance soundbite about his former teammate Tyler Hamilton’s propensity for crashing.
Mark Zeigler is the award winning writer for the San Diego Union Tribune who focuses on the Olympics and performance enhancing drugs in sport. He came on to fill us in on what is happening with the Lance Armstrong investigation.
Mark Zeigler from the San Diego Union Tribune is our go-to guy when it comes to anything to do with drugs in endurance sports. In this chat we discuss the ramifications of LaShawn Merritt’s positive drug test, what’s happening in cycling and the legacy of Juan Antonio Samaranch.