October 22, 2012 in History

Event:

Former award-winning cyclist, American Lance Armstrong, is banned for life from participating in International Cycling Union-sanctioned events and stripped of his seven Tour de France titles based on the findings of a systematic doping investigation





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1981 U.S. national debt tops $1 trillion
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1963 225,000 students boycot Chicago schools in Freedom Day protest
1962 John F. Kennedy imposes naval blockade on Cuba, beginning missile crisis
1861 1st telegraph line linking West and East coasts completed
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