10 Enlightening Quotes From Lance Armstrong's Oprah Interview
January 18, 2013 - 5:49 pm
Sandra E. Garcia
Enlightening Quotes From Lance Armstrong's Oprah Interview
0 Enlightening Quotes From Lance Armstrong's Oprah Interview
Lance Speaks On Bullying Other Cyclists
"Yeah, yeah, I was a bully. I was a bully in the sense that I tried to control the narrative, and if I didn't like what someone said, I turned on them."
Lance Reveals Which Drugs He Used
"My cocktail was only EPO, but not a lot, and blood transfusions and testosterone, which were almost justified because of my history. With losing one, surely I was running low."
Lance Is Not A Fan Of The Anti-Doping Agency
“The only thing that made me angry in the whole [USADA] report was [it saying] that I doped in my comeback.”
Lance Talks About The Effects Of Cancer On His Attitude
"Before my diagnosis, I was a competitor but not a fierce competitor. When I was diagnosed, that turned me into a fighter. That was good. I took that ruthless win-at-all-costs attitude into cycling, which was bad."
Lance Calls Out His Own Ego
"My ruthless desire to win at all costs served me well on the bike, but the level it went to, for whatever reason, is a flaw. That desire, that attitude, that arrogance."
Lance Looked Up The Definition Of 'Cheater'
"I kept hearing I'm a drug cheat, I'm a cheat, I'm a cheater. I went in and just looked up the definition of cheat and the definition of cheat is to gain an advantage on a rival or foe that they don't have. I didn't view it that way. I viewed it as a level playing field."