Lance Armstrong May Or May Not Admit To Doing The Thing For Which He's Most FamousIsaac Rauch1/05/13 10:05amFiled to: Lance ArmstrongdopingCyclingConfessionsCrimeSteroidsNewsSportsGettypic22EditPromoteShare to KinjaToggle Conversation toolsGo to permalink The New York Times is reporting that professional doper Lance Armstrong may admit to doping for professional gain, because he would gain professionally from the admission by fast-tracking the process by which he could compete in sporting events again. It takes some work to remember a time when Armstrong, the best ever in a sport that's synonymous with doping, wasn't associated with performance enhancing drugs. Suspicions have dogged Armstrong since 1999 at the latest, when he threatened a fellow cyclist who wrote about drugs in cycling for a French newspaper, and in 2004, L.A. Confidential alleged doping directly. Since August, Armstrong's cycling achievements have been overshadowed by his immense and impressive doping achievements, and now, like Jesse James admitting that he robbed banks, Armstrong is considering to confessing to the crime which has come to define him:ShareTweet Kinja is in read-only mode. We are working to restore service.