Posted January 16, 2013

Lance Armstrong may be asked to return Olympic medal

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Lance Armstrong could next lose the bronze medal he won at the 2000 Sydney Olympics. (AFP/Getty Images)

Lance Armstrong could next lose the bronze medal he won at the 2000 Sydney Olympics. (AFP/Getty Images)

The International Olympic Committee will ask Lance Armstrong to return the bronze medal he won at the 2000 Sydney Olympics if he admits to doping, reports USA TODAY‘s Kelly Whiteside.

Armstrong reportedly admitted that in an interview with Oprah that will air on Thursday and Friday night.

“If Armstrong admits he cheated then we will be asking for the medal back, just as we would with any athlete,” IOC director of communications Mark Adams emailed USA TODAY.

The 2000 Olympics came near the beginning of Armstrong’s dominant run at the Tour de France, where he won seven consecutive titles from 1999 to 2005. He has since been stripped of each of those victories.


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Robert80
Robert80

I say, turn Lance over to the Roman catholics. They can put a wire on their priest then throw Lance into a confessional with him. The Roman catholic clergy have certain uncontrollable  predilections for guys with skinny bee-hinds that'll do anything for fame and won't admit their favorite pleasure, besides winning, while competing in the Tour de France.  Catholic priests know it's all about those 14 heavenly days on that perfectly shaped bicycle saddle that accomodates the continual piston pumping between the rump cleavage with hot body fluids, flowing non-stop, lubricating and cooling the seat heat...Yeah, that's it...YEAH... drenched in his own body fluids...YEAH...being drenched in body fluids while...lie about doing drugs...OOOOOHHHHHHH!!!