Lance Armstrong’s Doping Confession: “I Didn’t Feel Like I Was Cheating”- Says the Cyclist Cheat! (VIDEO)
Lance Armstrong the famous cyclist “then” and the famous liar “now” disclosed his controversial tour de france ‘wins’ were all achieved under the use of performance- enhancing drugs, recently in a two-part series of the latest Oprah Winfrey Network (OWN) – Oprah’s Next Chapter, which aired today.
His confessions were all based on his doping strategies used during all seven of his Tour de France wins which included multi-stage bicycle races. He even supported the allegations being made on him of being arrogant and self-righteous behaviour regarding his doping allegations that plagued his entire career. Which means his entire cycling history was wiped out in a flash.
He confessed of taking EPO, blood transfusions, testosterone and even admits that it isn’t humanly possible to win seven Tour de France titles without doping.
The ‘master of doping’ said: “I view this situation as one big lie that I repeated a lot of times,” and that “I made my decisions, they are my mistake and I’m sitting here today to acknowledge that and to say I’m sorry for that.”
Quoting on one of the reactions on Lance’s doping confession, BSD says, “He sued people (and WON) because they accused him of using performance-enhancing drugs. He destroyed other athlete’s careers because they dared to come forward about things they heard or saw over the years. There is no excuse for what he did. None. The only reason he went on Oprah was to garner sympathy and protect what is left of his image. Disgusting! “
Of course! people are disgusting when they commit such a shameless act and never feel to say sorry properly. It wasn’t a weakest confession nor did he cry or feel bad for what he did. Seriously “Disgusting” as they say!!!
These athletes pose a threat to the younger generation of athletes or young ones who think of choosing sports as a career. This may lead to the thought that hard work, mental determination or passion aren’t the only ingredients to succeed in sports.
Armstrong’s lies were monumental, endured for years and were aimed at creating an image that made him famous, wealthy and an inspiration for people with cancer. He was the ringleader of lying on his team – and he kept lying even after many of his co- conspirators and teammates had abandoned him. He cheated the entire sport and dented public confidence in it. He even denied real sportsmen their rightful prize. And when a newspaper found out, he used Britain’s absurd medieval libel laws to cover up the truth. WTF!
Well the confession might haven’t helped the viewers or fans but surely benefited the Oprah Winfrey Network gain its TRP ratings.