He might admit it....what does everyone think? Should I???? Lets see what the reaction is and then I will decide. What a coward.
As he sits in his home day after day staring at the wall. He can't ride his bike competatively. He can't hang around the sport. He can't run marathons. All his old friends turned on him. All his sponsors ran away. His charity kicked his azz out the door. Nobody wants anything to do with him. So now what.........Well maybe I can admit I am a complete and total fraud but first let me find out what is in it for me.
He has painted himself into a corner and he doesn't know what to do......What a snake.
Armstrong has hopes of competing in triathlons and running events, but those competitions are often sanctioned by organizations that adhere to the World Anti-Doping Code, under which Armstrong received his lifetime ban.
According to the World Anti-Doping Code, an athlete might be eligible for a reduced punishment if he fully confesses and details how he doped, who helped him dope and how he got away with doping. But a reduced lifetime ban might decrease only to eight years or four, at best, antidoping experts said.