What's buzzing:

Yahoo! Sports Blogs

Lance Armstrong just happens to pose next to his Tour de France jerseys

The Turnstile

View photo

.

Lance Armstrong isn't taking this Tour de France thing lying down. (Mobli)

Now THIS is a finely honed troll move. Over the weekend, the above photo showed up in Lance Armstrong's Twitter feed, accompanied by the message "Back in Austin and just layin' around ... "

Armstrong is, of course, reclining oh-so-casually in front of the seven Tour de France jerseys he won. Those jerseys represent the seven Tour de France victories that the International Cycling Union stripped from him following the investigation and documentation of  what the United States Anti-Doping Agency called "the most sophisticated, professionalized and successful doping program that sport has ever seen." Armstrong was also served with a lifetime ban from cycling events overseen by the USADA, and his 2000 Olympic bronze medal is now under investigation.

Now, obviously the UCI wasn't going to come into Armstrong's house and yank the jerseys off his walls. (The International Olympic Committee could be a different story. They have ordered disgraced medalists to surrender their medals in the past.) But even though Armstrong has removed the Tour de France victories from his Twitter profile, he's clearly not relinquishing the titles in the public eye.

Not exactly the most humble move, but then, not much that Armstrong does could ever be considered "humble." Clearly, there are more jabs yet to be thrown in this fight.

-Follow Jay Busbee on Twitter at @jaybusbee.-

[Photo via Mobli.]

Fantasy football advice on Yahoo! Sports:

Other popular content on the Yahoo! network:
Celebrate potential new No. 1 standing? Not Kansas State
Noah Vonleh signing has IU challenging Kentucky in recruiting wars
Jon Gruden to the Eagles: Foregone conclusion or Philadelphia tease?
Y! News: After work beers fading away?

View Comments (11353)
  • Choi soldiers on in Korea, young duo close with course record

    Overnight-leader Choi Jin-ho will take a one-shot lead into the final round of the SK Telecom Open after the chasing pack closed in following course record performances by Wang Jeung-hun and Lee Soo-min on Saturday. The talented 19-year-old Wang … More »

    Reuters - 10 minutes ago
  • Grosjean set for five place grid penalty

    Grosjean set for five place grid penalty

    Lotus driver Romain Grosjean faces a five-place penalty on the Monaco Grand Prix starting grid for an unscheduled gearbox change. The only French driver in what amounts to a home race suffered gearbox damage on his way to eighth place in Spain two … More »

    Reuters - 12 minutes ago
  • Hamilton keeps the big picture in mind

    Hamilton keeps the big picture in mind

    By Alan Baldwin MONACO (Reuters) - Lewis Hamilton wants to win Sunday's Monaco Grand Prix but the Formula One world champion is not about to lose sight of the bigger picture. Sunday's showcase race could see the Mercedes driver beaten by team mate … More »

    Reuters - 13 minutes ago
  • Chinese in mid-Atlantic fight to cut Emiratis' lead

    Chinese challengers Dongfeng Race Team were leading the chase through the mid-Atlantic towards leg seven destination Lisbon on Saturday as they strove to cut the overall Volvo Ocean Race lead of Abu Dhabi Ocean Racing. The Emirati boat, skippered … More »

    Reuters - 15 minutes ago
  • Golf-Choi soldiers on in Korea, young duo close with course record

    Overnight-leader Choi Jin-ho will take a one-shot lead into the final round of the SK Telecom Open after the chasing pack closed in following course record performances by Wang Jeung-hun and Lee Soo-min on Saturday. The talented 19-year-old Wang … More »

    Reuters - 16 minutes ago