Lance Armstrong to Oprah: Story was 'one big lie'
"Tonight, Lance Armstrong finally acknowledged that his cycling career was built on a powerful combination of doping and deceit," Tygart said. "His admission that he doped throughout his career is a small step in the right direction. But if he is
They were nearly the perfect advertisements: cyclist and cancer survivor Lance Armstrong, sweaty after a workout, or sitting, looking refreshed, or hoisting his bike on his back, with the tagline: “Tired of Being Tired?” The ads, in wide circulation
CHICAGO — He did it. He finally admitted it. Lance Armstrong doped. He was light on the details and didn't name names. He mused that he might not have been caught if not for his comeback in 2009. And he was certain his
And now Lance Armstrong's televised cheating confession raises the question of whether, when it comes to fallen heroes, there's anything Americans won't forgive and forget. From Bill Clinton (again toast of the Democratic Party) to Charlie Sheen (again
Oprah received mainly positive reviews for the first part of her much-hyped interview with Lance Armstrong on Thursday night. The interview, in which Armstrong readily admitted to using a whole host of banned drugs during