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Right off bat, Lance Armstrong admits he took banned substances and epo
Lance Armstrong tells Oprah he took banned substances to improve his cycling performance, which included EPO.
Lance Armstrong: I view this situation as one big lie
Armstrong said he used blood transfusions and human growth hormone to improve his cycling performances.
Lance Armstrong said he doesn't think it would be possible to win seven Tour de France's without doping.
Armstrong: "I view this situation as one big lie that I repeated a lot of times."
Armstrong: "All the fault and all the blame here falls on me."
Armstrong says he didn't have access to performance-enhancing drugs that others did not.
Armstrong: No cyclists were pressured into using performance-enhancing drugs.
Armstrong: "I viewed it as very simple." ... "My cocktail was EPO, but not a lot, transfusions and testosterone."
Armstrong: 2005 was the last time I did the "cocktail." I did not do it in 2009 or 2010.
Was Lance Armstrong a bully? "Yeah, yeah I was a bully."
Armstrong said he was a competitor before being diagnosed with Cancer but wasn't a fierce competitor until after the diagnosis.
Armstrong said he'd "basically" do whatever it cost to win.
Lance Armstrong: "I am flawed, deeply flawed. ... I deserve this."
Armstrong says there was more happiness in the preparation. Said he did not feel bad about doping and didn't feel like he was cheating.
Lance Armstrong: "I'm happier today than I was then."
Armstrong maintains he didn't fail any drug tests at the time they were given. At the time, cyclists weren't being tested for EPO.
Lance on suing people even though they were telling the truth: "It's a major flaw, and it's a guy who expected to get whatever he wanted..."
Armstrong: "... It's inexcusable. When I say that there are people who will hear this and never forgive me, I understand that."
Lance Armstrong says he regrets returning to the sport. "We wouldn't be sitting here if I didn't come back."