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Armstrong's 'Confession'

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Post by Anita on Fri Jan 18, 2013 9:19 pm

Hi Hi!
Have you seen the interview to Lance Armstrong, in which he admits to doping in his cycling career and his participation in the Tour of France?

Watch the Interview / Read the comments

What's your opinion about the time for this interview in relation to the previous events and the consequence of such 'confession'? Will this benefit him, his fellow cyclist and the USADA or will it definitely ruin the concept of cycling as a serious sport?
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Re: Armstrong's 'Confession'

Post by MusicElf on Sat Jan 19, 2013 11:12 pm

Those were crocodile tears. He never apologized to the team mates that he involved (even with their names), and he never accepted or explained how connected the USADA was in all this doping mafia. He just want people to feel pity for him and start competing again, but he deserves a strong penalty.

I don't believe in that interview.

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Post by Anita on Mon Jan 28, 2013 12:19 am

I agree with you, GrumpyElf. There are lots of loose ends, he never apologised to the people whose lives he destroyed by accusing them, and he never offered details that enlightened authorities to proceed.

I'm afraid he achieved nothing, he just let his still supporters down. And I really doubt he's allowed to compete again, but we might be taken aback any time soon!

Would a situation like this disappoint you as a fan?

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