Was Lance Armstrong's confession the end of Cycling?
You didn't watch the Mt Ventoux stage at the tour today, did you? In the mind of many cycling fans, Lance Armstrong is already forgotten. All hail Chris Froome!
cult of personality wrote:
pretty much ya!
Gay Marxist wrote:
Every pro athlete is a "freak of nature". Bolt would be a great sprinter even if he wasn't doped up - he's good for at least 10 flat. That 9.58 is a complete farce.
Are Bonds, Sosa, McGwire, and Hernandez the only athletes in their sports that most Americans can name? Do they account for the majority of the revenue produced by those sports? No and no. If Bolt is dirty, it will never come out while he is still competing, and most likely not when he is retired either. Bolt could do anything short of sticking a needle in his a$$ on the starting line of the 100m at Worlds, and neither the IAAF or anyone else would do anything about it.
yea and nay wrote:
YES waiting to hear Bolt got nailed (no pun intended) but no it will not mean the end of T & F in the US of A.
Times might just get slower.
Did the exposure of Bonds, Sosa and MacGwyer (sp?) mean the end of bazzzzzzzzzzeball?
Will the 20-plus busts of NFL (National Felons League) players since last season (Hi Aaron Hernandez) mean the end of pro football?