Five years since his confession to Oprah Winfrey, Lance Armstrong is still paying a price for what he did. “In excess of 100 mil,” Armstrong said in an e-mail to USA TODAY Sports on Jan. 4. That's the cost to him so far. But it's not just because of his sins in cycling. He's also paying a price for that confession.
18.01.2013 - debt ceiling negotiations, his new movie, and former Olympic cyclist Lance Armstrong ’s admission that he used […] child out of wedlock, Schwarzenegger insisted “I never lied.” RELATED: Lance Armstrong Admits To Doping On Oprah: ‘All
SM& President and crisis communications expert, Ashley McCown, reviews Lance Armstrong's interview with Oprah. The highly anticipated interview hallmarked the athlete's first candid discussion about using performance enhancing drugs during his career. Click here or below to watch the video.