Lance Armstrong has said that a truth and reconciliation commission is the only way for cycling to move on from its drug-addled past, warning that doing nothing would consign the sport to stagnation and decline.
Lance Armstrong leaves the Tour de France medical car after he underwent an anti-doping control after he won the 19th stage of the 91st Tour de France cycling race, a time trial in Besancon, July 24, 2004. Armstrong has said that a truth and reconciliation commission is the only way for cycling to move on from its drug-addled past.
The 41-year-old, who this month admitted that he used a cocktail of banned drugs to win the Tour de France a record seven times, told cyclingnews.com in emailed comments: "It's (a commission) not the best way, it's the only way.
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