It has been three months since the federal investigation into Lance Armstrong was unexpectedly dropped, but USADA are continuing to look into claims of doping, and there is a possible whistleblower case brought by Floyd Landis. But it appears Armstrong is done fighting and has even accepted the possibility that he might be stripped of his final Tour de France win.
According to Velonation, Lance Armstrong said, “I’m finished. I’m done fighting. I’ve moved on. If there are other things that arise, I’m not contesting anything. Case closed.”
Armstrong has been accused several time of doping during his career but has always denied it. But now it appears he is done with even doing that.
“I’d never waste another minute trying to convince somebody I’m innocent,” said the Texan. “I think everybody’s made up their minds. Nobody’s on the fence about me anymore. It’s kind of refreshing. If someone says, ‘I think you F*** cheated, I go, ‘ok, great. Can we talk about something else? Because I really don’t give a shit what you think. I’m not going to waste any more time having that argument.”