What truly puts Armstrong above the rest of the pack is that he could simply not let it go when someone was accusing him of cheating.
He sued the Sunday Times when they cast doubt upon Armstrong’s victories. Now they want their money back.
Suing your detractors seems like the appropriate move if you’re an innocent man, but considering that he knew that they were telling the truth, the decision borders on sociopathic.
Perhaps, the most shocking revelation is not that he sued journalists, but that he shunned his closest friends, and did everything he could to discredit them.
Betsy Andreu, who testified that she saw Armstrong doping, has become the face of all the suffering Armstrong caused those who refused to get on board with the program.
The most disappointing thing about the Lance Armstrong saga is that he couldn’t even deliver a proper apology.
In an infamous moment, Armstrong told Oprah that he called Betsy a "crazy bitch", but he "never called her fat". Not exactly the most deep-felt apology one could hope for.