AUSTIN – Two shocking news stories indicate Lance Armstrong is putting on one heck of an act, even when he was shedding crocodile tears during a recent interview with Oprah Winfrey.
NDJ World | Published: Jan 26 2013 Sports
Travis Tygart, head of the US Anti Doping Agency (USADA), tells ’60 Minutes’ on CBS, that Lance Armstrong ‘lied numerous times during his interview with Oprah’.
During the interview, Lance Armstrong stated he was rode clean during his comeback in 2010. Tygart says there is ‘only one chance in a million that his blood analysis varied so much between 2009 and 2010 was caused by something different than doping’.
Travis Tygart is convinced Lance Armstrong lied during the Oprah interview to avoid legal prosecution because the grace periods for using dope in 2009 and 2010 have not yet expired.
Additionally Tygart states that Lance’s admittance to Oprah that he only used small amounts of EPO is a lie saying the agency has never seen such high levels of EPO in blood samples as was found in Lance Armstrong’s blood in 1999.
Yet despite these new allegations, Timothy Herman, Lance Armstrong’s lawyer, states his client has chosen not cooperate with the USADA and confess under oath about his dope use.
Herman said Armstrong would rather tell more about his doping practices to the International Cycling Organization (ICU) or the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA).
Armstrong’s lawyer ‘warned’ the USADA not to continue with their charges against Lance Armstrong who has been given till February 6 by the USADA to confess he doped.
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