Weekly Column

Too good to be true?

October 16, 2012
By John Brewin
Lance Armstrong's unmasking as perhaps the biggest cheat in sporting history was a slow process. It took the bravery of those who saw through the facade to arrive at this point, despite the obfuscation of his lawyers now asking for lie-detector tests. In the words of the United States Anti-Doping Authority, he led "the most sophisticated, professionalised and successful doping programme that sport has ever seen".

Irish journalists David Walsh and Paul Kimmage led the charge against Armstrong ...

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