Eight years after his downfall, Lance Armstrong will be stripped bare in a documentary that was provided by ESPN. The star fallen from cycling, which is seen to remove his seven titles winner of the Tour de France for doping, in particular returned without taboo on this dark period of his life.
" The way I had behaved, as the leader of a sport, a cause, a community... this is inexcusable ", says he. The sport, which began to dope at the age of 21 years, and pestilence against his behaviour "totally inappropriate" then, before sketching out a mea culpa : "I took advantage of my position, and for this I am deeply sorry. I would like to be able to change it, I would have liked to be a better man, but all I can do is say I'm sorry and move on. "
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It could be worse, I could be Floyd Landis
But if the Texan 48-year-old shows himself severe towards her, it is even more so in the place of his former teammate, Floyd Landis. The latter has supported the instances of cycling in its investigation of the case Armstrong, remind our colleagues of Ouest-France. "It could be worse, I could be Floyd Landis and me to wake up every morning feeling like shit ", persifle the former champion.
For the time being, this series of interviews called The Last Chance, carried out in 2018 and 2019 by director Marina Zenovich, has not yet elicited a response in the world of cycling.
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