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. to win,” Armstrong said, via USA Today. “It wasn’t.

Twenty years ago, Lance Armstrong won the Tour de. and incinerating his own legacy – Armstrong has a bit of a curious answer. I was asking for them to come after me’ "I wouldn’t change the way I.

Lance Armstrong said he wouldn't have changed a thing about his rampant doping that led to what he called “the biggest meltdown in the.

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Disgraced former Tour de France champion Lance Armstrong says he "wouldn't change a thing" about the doping which led to him being.

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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.

“If I was racing in 2015, no, I wouldn’t do it again. I don’t think anybody says yes.” One thing Armstrong would do differently? “What I would want to do is, I would want to change the man that did.

Lance Armstrong has said "it wasn’t legal but I wouldn’t change a thing" about his career, including the doping that saw the Texan stripped of his seven Tour de France titles.

LOS ANGELES: Former cycling champion Lance Armstrong said he "wouldn’t change a thing" about the doping that led to him being stripped of his record seven Tour de France titles, according to.

In an nbc sports network special with Mike Tirico (h/t Associated Press) that will air Wednesday, Armstrong explained he "wouldn't change a thing" about what.

Lance Armstrong has insisted he "wouldn’t change a thing" about the doping that helped him win seven editions of the Tour de France before he was subsequently stripped of the titles.