Haha nice pickup Shaun! I contemplated taking him out, but then thought against it. I have no idea if he truly is guilty or not, and even if he is, to think of what he has done for cancer research and involvement is truly remarkable. To consider the odds of what he has overcome and still be able to put cycling on the map speaks for itself.
I'm okay if we strip him of every on-the-bike achievement he ever made and ridicule him as the biggest cheat the sport has ever seen. But you can't take away what he did off the bike, and can't lessen the impact that he has had on millions of people. For that, he stays as one of my favorite athletes.
That make sense? Fantastic question.