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In case anyone wanted the USADA's opinion on Armstrong's lack of candor in his Oprah interview. Tend to believe USADA, and for good reason.

Otherwise, lets move on. I had a great time cycling yesterday, even if only for an hour, and I think like Bernard Hinault has stated (and yes I'm sure he used every single concoction on the face of the Earth that could be used during his era, difference being, none of them really worked all that well anyways) he is someone we should forget, other than the learning that may take place from studying such a sociopathic character (would help weed out many a politician and con man).

I still remember 1986 when Hinault and LeMond, hand in hand, Hinault pushing LeMond back, just an inch at the finish line as they crossed hands raised, hand in hand (just that little backward shove to make sure that Hinault, not his Teammate, got the victory on that stage) blew away the peloton. Good stuff, good drama, no EPO.

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