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Lance Armstrong - How Could You Do This?


You were my role model so long?  Your book, ‘It’s not about bike,’ taught me to see pain, suffering and
sacrifice in new light. Most importantly, your quotes inspired me to fight odds without giving up. 'Give up or fight like hell,' become my life-long mantra.  Now, the disgrace of doping will haunt me as well. Not just you.  I don’t remember, how many times I’ve recommended your books to my friends.

How could? How could you do this to ME?


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  1. I remember feeling the same disappointment when he confessed to using drugs. Guess its money that matters after all :-/

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