UPDATE: Tuesday, Jan. 15 at 12:16 a.m. ET by Austin Green
In addition to admitting he used performance-enhancing drugs, Armstrong also reportedly vowed to testify against several high-ranking cycling officials, according toJuliet Macur of The New York Times.
Armstrong, 41, is planning to testify against officials from the International Cycling Union, the worldwide governing body of cycling, about their involvement with doping in cycling, but he will not testify against other riders, according to the people familiar with his plans.
It is unclear what effect Armstrong’s testimony will have, but it appears cycling will continue to be mired in controversy for the foreseeable future.
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The cycling legend sat down with Oprah Winfrey for a rare interview, and that is when Armstrong came clean about how he used performance-enhancers to win the Tour de France:
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