New York —
The American cyclist is considered one of the greatest cheats in sports history
The American former cyclist Lance Armstrong fails to soften the contaminated past that he starred in and that cost him lose all seven Tour de France titles He had managed to confirm his doping history in the first part of a documentary that has been broadcast by ESPN.
Amid insulting expressions he has received since all the lies and systematic doping he had established were discovered, Armstrong admits in the documentary “LANCE” that there will always be people who reject him for everything that happened.
“When my life took the turn it took me, I said to myself, wherever I go for the rest of my life, someone will come up to me and insult me,” Armstrong said. “So a couple of days passed and nobody said that insult that nobody wants to hear. Then the months passed; until after five years it happened again ”.
Armstrong, 48, who overwhelmed his rivals and set no limits, in the eight interviews that Marina Zenovich did from March 2018 to August 2019, He reiterated that he was telling his “truth”, no matter what the people who watch the documentary might think.
Trying to get the truth out of Armstrong occurred after his years of lies prepared him for what he said he needed: “a nuclear crisis,” when the Anti-Doping Agency (USADA) accused him of using and trafficking drugs to improve performance as part of a major doping scandal.
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