Originally Posted by NickC
Still doesn't take away from the fact that he beat cancer twice and was able to compete as a high level athlete for several years following multiple rounds of intense chemotherapy, and compete in (and complete) one of the most grueling feats of athleticism on the planet less than a year after beating the cancer.
I could give a damn about if he doped or not. The entire sport dopes, so why single out the one dude who won?
Almost the entire sport has to cheat because of guys like Armstrong who are taking the best drugs anyone can develop. The guys who dont want to cheat are forced to or just retire from the sport. Ban the *******s for life who cheat and allow those who dont want to cheat to rerpresent the sports.