Lance Armstrong was a hero of mine, someone I held up as a standard of courage while raising my children during the 90's and early-Aughts.
When rumors of his PED use and blood doping first came to light, I tried to ignore them.
When he vociferously denied the allegations, and began public feuds with his former teammates, I cringed, and began avoiding him as a topic of conversation in my life.
When he finally admitted that he had lied countless times, I wrote him off, but hoped he would find some redemption.
|Lance and Anna Hansen|
When I read this article today on ESPN.com, and assuming it to be true, I am now convinced that Lance Armstrong lacks moral turpitude.
As if I needed more proof.
Just one man's opinion.
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