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Lance Armstrong: ‘I wouldn’t change a thing about doping’

Former cycling champion Lance Armstrong has said he "wouldn’t change a thing" about the doping that led to him being stripped of his record seven Tour de France titles, according to details of an.

In an NBC Sports Network special with Mike Tirico (h/t Associated Press) that will air Wednesday, Armstrong explained he "wouldn’t change a thing" about what happened: "I wouldn’t change the way I.

Lance Armstrong is adamant he “wouldn’t change a thing” about his doping regime which helped him to seven Tour de France wins and led to his spectacular fall from grace. Armstrong was banned for life.

 · Former cycling champion Lance Armstrong has said he “wouldn’t change a thing” about the doping that led to him being stripped of his record.

Former cycling champion Lance Armstrong has said he "wouldn’t change a thing" about the doping that led to him being stripped of his record seven Tour de France titles, according to details of an.

The American was stripped of his seven Tour de France titles. Disgraced former Tour de France champion Lance Armstrong says he "wouldn’t change a thing" about the doping which led to him being.

Armstrong won a record seven consecutive Tour de France titles from 1999 to 2005. Lance Armstrong says he "wouldn’t change a thing" about the doping that helped him win and then subsequently saw.

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Former cycling champion Lance Armstrong has said he "wouldn’t change a thing" about the doping that led to him being stripped of his record seven Tour de France titles, according to details of an interview that will air next week on NBCSN. The network, owned by NBC Sports Group, said on

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Armstrong won a record seven consecutive Tour de France titles from 1999 to 2005. Lance Armstrong says he "wouldn’t change a thing" about the doping that helped him win and then subsequently saw.

 · Former cycling champion Lance Armstrong has told a US network that he "wouldn’t change a thing" about the doping that led to him being stripped of his record seven Tour de France titles.