Lance Armstrong’s thought provoking interview

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Check out this very thought provoking interview answer by Lance Armstrong about the differences between suspended dopers who are repentful and those who are not. I was REALLY impressed by how well the guy speaks and thinks on the spot. His talk raises some interesting questions about how we should handle athletes who are caught doping but refuse to admit their guilt; and also about how open we should be in welcoming previously suspended offenders back to their sports at the end of their sentences. This is made even more interesting in light of the fact that one of our own, Dwain Chambers, is making a triumphant return to the sport following a doping suspension. Dwain ran 6.51 for 60m in the semi-finals and finals of the UK Championships.


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