In fact, as he repeatedly says in ESPN’s upcoming documentary ‘LANCE’, “I wouldn’t change a thing.” He would do it all again, he says. That includes doping from the age of 21, his first professional season, all the way through his record seven-consecutive Tour de France titles. Watch ESPN’s 30 for 30: Lance 2-part special on KAYO. New to Kayo? Get your free trial now & start streaming instantly > Armstrong grilled in new documentary Cycling: Fallen hero Lance Armstrong is the subject of a new two-part 30 for 30 documentary for ESPN. He wouldn’t change a thing, despite fearing his doping could have contributed to the testicular cancer which almost claimed his life in 1996. Armstrong told ESPN: “I certainly wouldn’t say no (doping wasn’t a factor in my cancer). “The only thing I’ll tell you is the only time in my life I ever did growth hormone was the 1996 season. “So in my head, growth, growing hormone and cells – if anything good needs to be grown it does. But wouldn’t it also make sense if there is anything bad in there it, too, would grow?” Armstrong also revealed he lied ‘10,000 times’ to cover up his… Read full this story
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