I have no idea who Lance Armstrong pissed up, but they weren’t going to give up until they got him to admit he was cheating.
He still hasn’t admitted it, but by dropping his fight against the cheating accusations many will take that as a confession.
Declaring “enough is enough,” Lance Armstrong says he will not fight charges brought by the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency, which said it will ban Armstrong from competition for life and strip him of the seven Tour de France titles that turned him into an American hero.
Armstrong said his decision did not mean he would accept USADA‘s sanctions. His lawyers threatened a lawsuit if USADA proceeded, arguing the agency must first resolve a dispute with the International Cycling Union over whether the case should be pursued.
“It is a sad day for all of us who love sport and our athletic heroes,” USADA CEO Travis Tygart said. “This is a heartbreaking example of how the win-at-all-costs culture of sport, if left unchecked, will overtake fair, safe and honest competition.”