Reader: Lance Armstrong's doping confession doesn't mean cycling's troubles are over
As we noted last week, Lance Armstrong's admission that he lied about performance-enhancing drug use and more confirmed years-old reports from two Boulder cyclists. But according to one of our readers, this mea culpa shouldn't be interpreted as proof that the sport as a whole is now beyond reproach.
Now the entire cycling sport can claim to be clean, even though doping is pervasive.
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