So Armstrong (not the one who says he landed on the Moon) was drugged to the eyeballs. Maybe the other one was too.Cycling's governing body, the UCI, must now decide whether to endorse the decision by the US Anti-Doping Agency to strip Armstrong of his seven Tour victories and all his other race results since Aug. 1, 1998, following its assertions that he doped and conspired with others to conceal it. Hamilton was among those USADA interviewed.Whether the UCI has the stomach to put the boot into Armstrong remains to be seen. But, ultimately, whether it accepts USADA's findings or not seems less important than the bigger picture that Millar, Vaughters, disgraced 2006 Tour winner Floyd Landis and now Hamilton have belatedly revealed to us that the sport was putrid.
That era is worthless.
This happens so routinely with American athletes (remember Marion Jones?) that I imagine it will only be just time before the authorities figure out what Michael Phelps takes.