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Armstrong admits doping: 'I'm a flawed character' (+video interview)

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  • JoeBlow Far East USA, SC
    Jan. 18, 2013 6:55 a.m.

    It is sad when our heroes fall from grace. To me, the saddest part of all of this is that he used his power and money to discredit and harm those who told the truth.

    Their reputations and livelihoods were damaged. That has to be very difficult to live with.

  • Allen Salt Lake valley, UT
    Jan. 18, 2013 8:41 a.m.

    Yes, it is sad. Sad that a person, who was an international hero, lost his sense of judgment and fair play. I believe in repentance, and this is the time for Lance to repent and to seek redemption and forgiveness from himself and from society. Lance is a role model, and I hope he will become a role model for honesty, good judgment, and fair-play towards others. This is the time for all of us to look at ourselves to see if we are being completely honest with ourselves and with society.

  • sknny tires fat skis Cottonwood Heights, UT
    Jan. 18, 2013 9:13 a.m.

    Wow. I've always believed him. Like he said, you can tell he doesn't dope because he keeps winning and keeps passing tests.

    He is a liar - the lowest of the low. Good by LA. I'm sorry I ever knew you.

  • BleedCougarBlue Enid, OK
    Jan. 18, 2013 9:46 a.m.

    Still don't get how he took testosterone injections (and other banned substances) and passed hundreds and hundreds of urinalysis/urine tests.

    He admitted he did it but HOW? How do you do something like this and not get caught immediately via drug/urine tests?

  • UT Brit London, England
    Jan. 19, 2013 8:11 a.m.

    @BleedCougarBlue

    With a team of expensive health professionals who know exactly how to get people through the tests. Armstrong didnt pass all his tests. He got round some by failures through back dated prescriptions.

    Its just a shame that Armstrong can come clean and suffer none of the devastation he caused others who tried to expose him.