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You're just like an angel, Lance Armstrong. In fact: your skin makes us cry. Almost as much as you cried in that Oprah Winfrey
United States Anti-Doping Agency head Travis Tygart has claimed Lance Armstrong is still lying about the full extent of his
I can sympathise with him. I am currently training for the 2013 London Marathon, and have competed for over half a decade at competitive running, I realise how easy it is to become fixated by one event and let it define you.
The re-writing of history is not solely constrained to the entry on Armstrong either. Check out the Tour-de-France entry, his name has been removed from the winners list, added and removed again more than 30 times in the last three days alone.
Throughout the interview, whilst mainly untested by Winfrey, the disgraced cycling icon continued to display an arrogant and unrepentant attitude, admitting that he regretted his 2009 comeback, saying "I wouldn't be here." His regret lies in being caught rather than the actual act of cheating.
Armstrong chokes when recalling the moment he told his son he was a cheat "When this all really started I saw my son defending
From "My Lidl Pony" to #horsemeatgate, the week on Twitter - at least if you were a. British and b. looking for funnies - was
Lance Armstrong has finally admitted to doping during his professional cycling career in an interview with Oprah Winfrey
Lance Armstrong is facing accusations that he used performance-enhancing drugs during his interview with Oprah Winfrey. The
We know that he's going to confess to doping - but what else will Lance Amstrong reveal in his interview with Oprah Winfrey