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Lance Armstrong cheated say his former teammates…testify that he used drugs
Posted by on Jul 5th, 2012

Yoh..yesterday my mate Chad did backflips because Justin Bieber is coming to tour SA and today comes the news that one of his sporting idols is in the deep kak.

Former teammates have reportedly testified against Lance Armstrong saying that he cheated by using performance enhancing sustances. The five cyclist who have already testified in exchange for lenient sentencing including  George Hincapie who is currently one of Cadel Evans’ key Tour de France lieutenants.

Armstrong maintains his innocence.

In an exclusive by Dutch news source De Telegraaf HERE they claim that Lance Armstrong’s former teammates have testified against him.

“FIVE former teammates of Lance Armstrong have reportedly testified against the seven-time Tour de France winner in return for lenient sentencing.

THE US Anti-Doping agency has given the five cyclists, including key Cadel Evans teammate George Hincapie, a six-month suspended sentence for admitting to doping and giving evidence against Armstrong, according to a report on Cycling Central which quotes Dutch newspaper De Telegraf. ” []

Damn things are not looking good for my mate Chad who said he wouldn’t watch sport for a year if Lance was found guilty.

Boru says:
July 07, 2012 at 10:25 am

Hi. I think you need to reread your sources. Cadel Evans is not being implicated in this. Rather it is his team mate George Hincapie.

Savage says:
July 07, 2012 at 10:25 am

Im just going on what the article in the excerpt said. I see now they just mentioned Evans as Hincapies leiutenants and Evans himself is not involved. Dont know why they even bothered including the name of evans then

beanbagboy says:
July 07, 2012 at 10:25 am

Is there any sport these days that’s not corrupt?!So sad, really. Maybe I’ll just skip watching the olympics :/

Simon says:
July 07, 2012 at 10:25 am

Every single one of those okes has got to be doping, they just are ahead of the doping police in terms of tech. There is no way a human can perform at that level for that period of time without artificial support of some sort. Is this a bad thing? No. Just legalise the doping and let them duke it out. IF you can have more than one sort of bike in the race, why not more that one sort of performance enhancing drug?

Jagter says:
July 07, 2012 at 10:25 am

Here lies the rub: “in return for lenient sentencing”

I’m not saying Armstrong is guilty or not-guilty, but I won’t trust any testimony that comes from a deal like that.

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