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The Indo Daily: Lance Armstrong and me - Paul Kimmage on his part in bringing down the disgraced cyclist

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Lance Armstrong was the only rider to win seven Tour de France titles. A decade ago, at the end of October 2012, he was banned from cycling.

Not just cycling, but from any competitive sport.

Sunday Independent Journalist Paul Kimmage played a major part in exposing Armstrong's doping.

Armstrong was stripped of his seven Tour De France titles after finally admitting to taking performance enhancing drugs throughout his cycling career.

In the first of a two-part special, Paul Kimmage explains his role in one of the biggest scandals in sporting history.

The Indo Daily: Lance Armstrong and me - Paul Kimmage on his part in bringing down the disgraced cyclist

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Then, in 2013 Lance Armstrong sat down for an interview with Oprah Winfrey.

In it, he admitted for the first time that he doped to win all seven of his Tour de France titles, confessing that his cycling career was fuelled by drugs and lies.

In the second of a two-part special, Sunday Independent Journalist, Paul Kimmage tells his story in the aftermath of Armstrong's explosive confession.

The Indo Daily: Lance Armstrong and me: Paul Kimmage on his part in bringing down the disgraced cyclist (part 2)

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