American cyclist Lance Armstrong has admitted he used performance enhancing drugs to become a seven-time Tour de France champion and international sporting star.
Armstrong said he used erythropoetin, blood doping, testosterone, cortizone and human growth hormone on his path to becoming the most celebrated cyclist in history.
B.C. Almanac is hosting a live chat on this story Friday. We want to know what you think of this story.
- What is your reaction to Armstrong's admissions?
- How has your opinion of him changed?
- What does this mean for the sport of cycling?
Lister Farrar will be joining us for this chat. He ran the anti-doping program for the Canadian Cycling Association in the late 1980's and early 1990's. He is currently a youth cycling coach.
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