Lance Armstrong: I wouldn’t change a thing

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"It wasn’t legal, but I wouldn’t change a thing – whether it’s losing a bunch of money, or going from hero to zero. View photos US Lance Armstrong looks back as he rides in a breakaway (AFP PHOTO.

Lance Armstrong is talking again. Oh lucky us. He says he “wouldn’t change a thing” about the doping that made him the most notorious cheater in sports history, but then says, “I mean I would,” and.

Twenty years ago, Lance Armstrong won the Tour de. and incinerating his own legacy – Armstrong has a bit of a curious answer. I was asking for them to come after me’ "I wouldn’t change the way I.

Lance Armstrong says he "wouldn’t change a thing" about the doping that helped him win and then saw him stripped of seven Tour de France titles.

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Former cycling champion Lance Armstrong has told a US network that he "wouldn’t change a thing" about the doping that led to him being stripped of his record seven Tour de France titles.

"It wasn’t legal, but I wouldn’t change a thing – whether it’s losing a bunch of money, or going from hero to zero." From a 30-minute interview with the American network NBCSN that.

LOS ANGELES: Former cycling champion Lance Armstrong said he "wouldn’t change a thing" about the doping that led to him being stripped of his record seven Tour de France titles, according to.

DISGRACED drug cheat Lance Armstrong has changed his tune on the ill-fated 2009 tour Down Under comeback in Adelaide that led to his downfall – now saying he “would not change a thing”. Armstrong has.

Disgraced cyclist Lance Armstrong cheated to win seven Tour de France titles and said "I wouldn’t change a thing." Armstrong speaks in a 30-minute special called "Lance Armstrong: Next Stage" that.

Former cycling champion Lance Armstrong has said he "wouldn't change a thing" about the doping that led to him being stripped of his record.

Lance Armstrong has insisted he "wouldn’t change a thing" about the doping that helped him win seven editions of the Tour de France before he was subsequently stripped of the titles.