After years of denial, Lance Armstrong finally admitted to using performance enhancement drugs, but reports say that he may have still been deceitful.
The seven-time Tour De France winner was adamant about stopping doping in 2005, but according to investigators he continued the practice until 2009.
During the intense sit-down with Oprah Winfrey, which aired over two nights, the 41-year-old noted that the time-table was the “only thing” that upset him. “The accusation an alleged proof that they say I doped [in 2009] is not true,” he said. “The last time I crossed the line, that line was 2005.”
When asked by Winfrey to answer that he didn’t “do a blood transfusion” in 2009, he replied, “absolutely not.”
However, investigators revealed that in 2009 Armstrong’s blood values showed signs of two transfusions.