British cycling star Bradley Wiggins said disgraced US rider Lance Armstrong's anticipated admission of doping would be both a "great" and "sad" day for the sport.
Seven-time Tour de France winner Lance Armstrong (centre) and Bradley Wiggins of Great Britain on July 22, 2009 in the 169 km and seventeenth stage of the 2009 Tour de France cycling race run between Bourg-Saint-Maurice and Le Grand Bornand. Wiggins said the disgraced US rider's anticipated admission of doping would be both a "great" and "sad" day for the sport.
Wiggins, last year's Tour de France and Olympic time-trial gold medal winner, added the extent of doping in the 1990s meant it had now become cycling's "lost" decade as a consequence of so many results being corrupted by drugs cheats.
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