Allegations that Tour de France-icon Lance Armstrong used illegal performance-boosting drugs haven't just removed his glut of medals.
The 40-year-old cyclist Wednesday stepped down as chairman of the Livestrong Foundation, a non-profit cancer support organization he founded in 1997.
Nike—a long-time partner of the famous biker—has also withdrawn its sponsorship from Armstrong, but not Livestrong.
Armstrong is facing a "massive report" from the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency that accuses him of doping between 1999 and 2005, according to dispatches by Fox Sports and the Associated Press.
Armstrong continues to deny the doping allegations; he will remain a member of Livestrong's 15-person board.
Patch wants to know: was it the right choice for Armstrong to step down as chairman of Livestrong? Or should he remain in charge?