Armstrong willing to testify in future drug testing but wants fair treatment
Sydney – Former cyclist Lance Armstrong has said that if he is treated the same as his fellow drug cheats, he will cooperate in a bid to discover the extent of doping in the sport.
According to News.com.au, the disgraced cyclist expressed that if everyone gets the death penalty, he would even take the death penalty.
After years of denials, cancer-survivor Armstrong, who has been stripped of his record seven Tour de France titles won between 1999-to-2005, finally admitted in January he’d used performance-enhancing drugs in an interview with US television personality Oprah Winfrey, according to the report.
The 42-year-old said the fall-out had been tough both emotionally and in terms of the damage to his estimated 125 million-dollar fortune from those seeking legal redress as a result of the lies he told about his drug-taking, the report said.