Lance Armstrong refuses to contribute to the clean-up of pro cycling
Lance Armstrong will not do a tell-all interview under oath to help bring down the organized crime network, which helped facilitate his use of performance-enhancing drugs and which many believe is still deeply involved in today's pro cycling.
ones yet to come. The possibility of reducing his ban likely carried little incentive for the 41-year-old Armstrong, who had moved his athletic career into running and triathlons.
Under international anti-doping rules, Armstrong's lifetime ban could only be reduced to eight years by cooperating with the USADA, by which time Armstrong will be nearly fifty years old.