The cyclist Lance Armstrong could lose much more than his already ravaged reputation if he confesses to doping this week during a television interview with Oprah Winfrey -- he could end up in jail.
Lance Armstrong during the fifth stage of the 91st Tour de France cycling race between Amiens and Chartres on July 8, 2004. Armstrong could end up in jail if he confesses to doping this week during a television interview with Oprah Winfrey.
The disgraced Texan's decision to talk to the famed US talk show host has divided opinion, as some say he needs to do something radical to rehabilitate his public profile, while others say speaking out will only make matters worse.
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