To read more than 200 comments...
click on the title of any post, it is a link to a separate page that shows all the comments. Scroll down to the bottom of the comments until you see the words newer and newest next to the number of comments on the right, those words are links that will lead you to a new page of comments. :)
Investigators say that when Lance Armstrong told Oprah that he had not doped or used blood transfusions since 2005 for competing that he was lying. Apparently there is proof that when Lance returned to cycling in 2009, the blood tests show that he had received at least two transfusions and that is just when they tested him. That does not even count the times where he was not given tests. I think he wanted to try and prove that he had been clean for 7 years so cycling and the other sports where he wants to compete would give him a break. But, if he was doing the same thing in 2009 and 2010, then they will probably just keep him banned for a very long time.
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