This week, he said something different.
According to new reports, during an interview with Oprah Winfrey, Armstrong admitted to doping , to using performance enhancing drugs.
That interview was airing later this week, the reaction on social media was fast and a lot of it was angry.
One person said this guy is a loser and a liar .
Another posted, he had the opportunity to be honest from the begining, winning was more important.
Why is news getting such an intense reaction?
Well, the answer might come from looking at how Lance Armstrong got here.
Right as his cycling career was taking off, Armstrong was diagnosed with cancer.
It spread to his lungs, stomach and brain, after a surgery in late 1996, he was told cancer free.
The next year he helped creat the Livestrong foundation, its goal was to benefit cancer research and cancer patients.
You've probably seen people wearing the yellow wristbands, you might have worn one yourself.
Armstrong's efforts help that foundation raise millions of dollars.
In 1999, less than 3 year after he beat cancer, Armstrong won the Tour De France, then he won it again and again, a cancer survivor winning cycling's most famous race seven times in a row.
And despite accusations always denying that he cheated to do it.
Then last year, the U.S Anti-Doping Agency released a report, it accused Armstrong of being at the center of a very sophisticated doping program while he was winning his Tour De France titles.
In the report, former teammates admitted to doping and ways of beating drug tests.
The International Cycling Union then stripped Lance Armstrong of all seven Tour De titles and banned him from professional cycling for life.
Armstrong denied the allegations through all of it, until this week.
Well, this is something we're talking about on our blog, in the court of public opinion, Lance Armstrong is in deep trouble.
And the question we're asking is will the public ever forgive him?
Do you think the public ever should forgive him?
ter in the day, the world anti-doping agency recomended suspension for 2 more women lifters for doping violation.
You scabby liar!
He's been under intense pressure.
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