Lance Armstrong

Lance Armstrong

Lance Edward Armstrong (born September 18, 1971) is an American former professional road racing cyclist. Armstrong is the 1993 professional world champion, and won the Tour de France a record seven consecutive times from 1999 to 2005. However, in 2012, he was banned from sanctioned Olympic sports for life as a result of long-term doping offenses. As part of those sanctions, all results going back to August 1998, including his seven Tour wins, were voided.

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Most folks want to believe in Armstrong in the credibility of his courage in the veracity of his inspiration in the purity of his Tour de France titles. Most want to believe but does everyone dare? We've been suckers for hearts-and-flowers icons before.

Jan is completely different from other years. I have known him for seven eight or nine years and he clearly has a new motivation and a new perspective. I think he will win.

He deserves to win.

never taken performance-enhancing drugs.

When I got off the bike at the end of the Tour it was finished

I don't want to denigrate the race and say it is just a preparation race because I don't feel bad about the training I have done

I mean having the speedometer in the front windshield was something I've never experienced before and that took some getting used to. The power was there and every red light was a temptation.

something to be modeled around the country.

He's training and will evaluate (whether to participate) when the time comes

But I know Johan. Seven years in a row he's driven into Paris in car No. 1 and he doesn't want to drive in car No. 3 or 5 or 10.

What's so great about the kid is that he absolutely doesn't know the word quit. He gave us a real lift today and you had to be impressed with how our team set him up at the end.

A guy like him - I'm not blowing smoke - could be the future of cycling.

I'm looking forward to it ... You sit there and tell your side of it.

I'm thinking about it ... I'm thinking it's the best way to piss [the French] off.

For me the biggest surprise was that Ullrich and Hamilton lost time I didn't expect that

I know that I'm here today and I'm alive today and I've been blessed to have this life and this sport and I want to win the 2004 Tour de France.

I think it's better that way. I'm happy with the way my career went and ended and I'm not coming back.

I look forward to achieving my goal of a seventh Tour de France (victory)

I Got the Blues

That's a question of Texas contract law ... What's the deal? Pay the money.

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