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  1. Ironman Triathlon? And in the end they are looking´╗┐ like me after 30 minute run :)) How is that even possible?? I want that too ­čśŤ

  2. Not all the rest of peloton were doing it, even if they have wanted. Lance paid Ferrari $600.000 each year for his doping services, most of riders earns less than $200.000. Please explain how´╗┐ they would do it?
    If the field had been clean, Lance would never have won a single TDF. If he had been the strongest, he would have fight for a clean field in 1999. That year his samples had 2 times more EPO than samples of others riders.

  3. Hmmm. All the rest of the peloton was doing it also. That´╗┐ is a fact. Some of us just see him as doing what he had to do to level the playing field. I mean he’s not cheating anyone if all the rest of them were doing it, right? After he leveled the playing field, he simply won by out-training, out riding and out smarting (tactically) his competition. IMHO

  4. As someone else wrote” Dopestrong continued to be a paying client of Dr Ferrari even AFTER the Dr had already been declared a fraud by his own countrys court system, and AFTER it was proven he helped dope dozens of cyclist with EPO”. “In between Tour stages Lance spent hours´╗┐ in the cafeteria all by himself, scratching his head wondering where his teammates and trainers were. Now Lance finds out they were all hiding out´╗┐ injecting EPO and taking blood transfusion”

  5. Remember crooks Bernie Madhoff, Allen Stanford, and the most recent Russell Wasendorf all pretended to be great´╗┐ philanthropists while they simultaneously cheating all their clients blind. Reminds you any other cheetah?

  6. “This´╗┐ court is not inclined to indulge Armstrong’s desire for publicity, self-aggrandizement´╗┐ or vilification of Defendants, by sifting through 80 mostly unnecessary pages in search of the few kernels of factual material relevant to his claims,” US district judge Sam Sparks said today as he dismissed the doper’s frivolous lawsuit.´╗┐

  7. True if the inspiration you’re referring´╗┐ to is disgust and that he’s an amazing cheetah!

  8. Sing us a new song Harry. His testosterone, epo, and olive oil dope doctors are now banned for life. Several of his teammates (and others) have publicly described his (and the teams’) doping practices, in fact10 of the teammates will testify under oath and now he faces formal charges. He is a cheater and will probably soon be stripped of´╗┐ his ill gotten medals and banned for life.

  9. even though he passed every single drug test he had ever taken (over 500) why´╗┐ can’t some people accept that some men are born great?

  10. InspectorphattApple

    Lance Armstrong sorry!!!! He’s a cheater´╗┐ cheater dick beater caught cancer in the nuts cause he’s a steroid eater!

  11. When your best response is a petty´╗┐ insult, it clearly shows that you’ve lost the argument. I humbly submit that the insult is misdirected and that the label more personifies you, for choosing to believe in a cheating scumbag. Oh well, to each his own.

  12. why is it ok? why is it ok that i prefer my right hand to masturbate over my left….i dunno,´╗┐ go fuck yourself

  13. Why couldn’t he have been more like Michael Jordan, Pele’, Roger Federer, Pete Sampras, John Mckenroe, Bjorn Borg, Jimmy Connors, Joe Montana, Jerry Rice, Troy Aikman, Mark Spitz? True champions who didn’t cheat or drug. The reason is because he lacked the character to be a true champion and that is´╗┐ why he will be stripped of his falsely won medals.

  14. It seems naive to think that professional racers, who do literally everything they can´╗┐ to win and push their bodies extremely hard beyond the point of ‘safe’, wouldn’t experiment with performance enhancing drugs.

    And why is it okay if an athelete thanks god after winning a race but isn’t allowed to do drugs? If it were true, a god would be a hell of a lot more of a cheat than drugs lol

  15. And rasie money to save people’s lives..and the children who might not be able to grow up.

    USDA; AMERICA, Pro Cancer.´╗┐

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