Lance deserves everything he gets, says angry Wiggins
Bradley Wiggins last night rubbished Lance Armstrong's claim that he has not doped since 2005. Speaking about the Texan's TV confession last week, Wiggins accused Armstrong of being a "lying b*****d" for suggesting that he rode his final two Tour de France races clean.
After an initial sadness at seeing a man he portrayed as an inspiration confess to doping, Wiggins's emotions changed once Armstrong claimed he had not doped in 2009 or 2010, when Wiggins also rode the Tour. In 2009 Armstrong finished third, one place ahead of Wiggins.
"What upset me the most was [Armstrong talking] about 2009-10 – I thought you lying b*****d," said Wiggins, above. "Then I have to explain it to my son. But by the end I had the best feeling in the world when [Armstrong] starts welling up about his 13-year-old son having to ask what's this all about. I never have to have that conversation with my own son – his father has won the Tour clean. There was this element of being quite smug about it. Then I got quite 'you deserve everything you get' about it, and feeling no sympathy."
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Johnson's jibe angers England
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Opinion: Neil Warnock
I can't condone what Hazard, left, did, but I can understand his frustration. I still have a laugh with Steve Coppell about the time I was convinced the ballboys at Reading were working to a plan. MORE