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February 28, 2004

More on Armstrong’s interview in The Times

Yahoo! Sport | Armstrong faces up to losing the Tour

AFP has a somewhat more indepth story on the Lance Armstrong interview in The Times (available here to Times subscribers only). Quoting Armstrong:

'This could be my last year. If I lost I don't know if I would say 'OK, I'm past my prime, time to go', or if I'd say, 'I've got to try again'. People who know me best, I think they'd say the guy has to try again

Armstrong also discussed drugs in the sport:

... he says cycling will always be dogged by the spectre of doping.

"The next thing will be genetic doping," he adds.

"I'm not the first and I won't be the last (to be suspected of taking drugs) but I know the truth and that's what matters to me.

"People want to know that the guy who worked the hardest and fought the hardest and got the best coaches and the best team-mates went out and won fair and square, and that's what I've been doing."

Posted by Frank Steele on February 28, 2004 in Doping, Lance Armstrong 2004 | Permalink


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