Blue Sky | Oct 22, 2012 | 17:56

Elite Sask. cyclist comments on Lance Armstrong saga

Rob Britton is a cycler from Saskatchewan who has actually raced against Lance Armstrong. Garth interviews him about his thoughts on the Lance Armstrong doping scandal. And Garth also checks in with an expert on how Armstrong was able to dupe officials for so long.

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