I've read the accusations issued by the USADA and they aren't treading lightly at all -Will be interesting to see how this plays out. Obviously the USADA is going to step pretty lightly when it comes to making a formal accusation to Lance given his incredible success and status within the cancer / lifestyle community. .
The thing that really gets me though is that its the same old names, Bruyneel, Ferrari, Moral, Celaya etc.
absolutely - if the USADA do find that he was clean as a sheet it will be the absolute end to this once and for all. If however he was guilty I think more than those on the list are going to find themselves under the spot light.Such a shame that noone is above repute. Anyway it seems like Armstrong is going to get what he deserves.
Powerful interview for sure.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v_SAAUO_tbY&feature=related
It is all about the personality, at that level.
I love him, for the same reason you love him; he personifies the dark side of what you want and what you can't put into words. He is faster and more erudite than you.
Quote Wikipedia:Question, at one point he says that once he gets with the "GB" team with the right support, right coaches etc, he realized that he could win without doping, is he wrong?
So yes, he could win without drugs. A few days ago he was shortlisted for the 2012 UK olympic road bike team.He was the British national road champion and the national time trial champion, both in 2007. (...) He was banned for two years in 2004 after admitting taking banned performance-enhancing drugs, but four years after his return he won the silver medal at the World Time Trial Championships.