Armstrong said he used erythropoetin, blood doping, testosterone, cortizone and human growth hormone on his path to becoming the most celebrated cyclist in history.
B.C. Almanac is hosting a live chat on this story Friday. We want to know what you think of this story.
- What is your reaction to Armstrong's admissions?
- How has your opinion of him changed?
- What does this mean for the sport of cycling?
Lister Farrar will be joining us for this chat. He ran the anti-doping program for the Canadian Cycling Association in the late 1980's and early 1990's. He is currently a youth cycling coach.
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