The New York Times is reporting Lance Armstrong is weighing his options on coming clean about his very public doping scandal.
The New York Times reports Lance Armstrong is considering a blockbuster admission that he doped throughout his cycling career. The paper quotes “people with direct knowledge of the situation,” who say Armstrong wants to strike a deal with antidoping authorities, so he can resume his athletic career in triathlon and somehow rebuild the reputation of his Livestrong cancer charity. Armstrong’s life has been in ruins since being stripped of his seven Tour de France titles, and lawsuits are piling up from angry parties who feel they were duped.
I think there may be a good point to Armstrong just admitting all of this and getting on with his life and heck who knows? Maybe they may even let him ride again…
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