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Betsy Andreu: ‘Doping problems in athletics even worse than they were in cycling’ – video. In 2005, cyclist Frankie Andreu and his wife Betsy testified that Lance Armstrong told cancer doctors in their presence in 1996 he had doped with EPO (Erythropoietin), growth hormone and steroids. Published: 9 Dec 2015.
Lance Armstrong tells the world exactly who he is: ‘I wouldn’t change a thing’ Jason Owens.. Lance Armstrong: I wouldn’t change a thing.. of heroes into villains disdained by the sports.
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Lance Armstrong says he "wouldn’t change a thing" about the doping that helped him win and then subsequently saw him stripped of seven Tour de France titles between 1999-2005. The American was banned from cycling for life in 2012 before admitting to using performance-enhancing drugs.
He said he wouldn’t change because he learned important lessons from being a dick and getting caught. He’s not saying the doping was okay, but that acting the way he did put a target on him and.
My Life with Lance Armstrong I was Lance’s personal assistant for two years, during the height of his racing career.. The WADA people won’t be able to tell if it’s Lance or not when he.
Since going down in flames as a liar, a cheat and a dangerous individual who relished inflicting harm on others to save his own reputation, Lance Armstrong doesn’t have regrets.. (via Yahoo News)
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Lance Armstrong: I wouldn’t change a thing. USA Today previewed the interview. One thing is clear: Armstrong is still an awful human being. "We did what we had to do to win," Armstrong said, via USA Today. "It wasn’t legal, but I wouldn’t change a thing – whether it’s losing a bunch of money, going from hero to zero.
Lance Armstrong tells the world exactly who he is: ‘I wouldn’t change a thing’ -. Since going down in flames as a liar, a cheat and a dangerous individual.
Lance Armstrong: I wouldn’t change a thing about doping. OK that’s maybe a tenth of what he was once worth but in a world where your bank balance is the measure of your "true Success.