The Armstrong Lie - Review

With his flashy Lycra uniform and blazing speed, Lance Armstrong was the sports world's equivalent of a superhero. The dashing bad boy of cycling, who won the grueling Tour de France seven times after clawing his way back from cancer, personified an inspirational narrative that the entire world found hard to resist. Except, as we all know by now, that heroism was built on an enormous pile of lies.



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