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The second day of racing at the Mallorca Challenge proved to be a magical day for Team MTN-Qhubeka as Steve Cummings earned the team's...

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30 January, 17:44 - SA Time Trial Champion Daryl Impey is set to compete against the country's best cyclists at next week's...
26 January, 19:56 - Banned cyclist Lance Armstrong says he would not have needed to resort to doping in the sport's current era...
29 January, 23:14 - MTN-Qhubeka began their racing season at the Mallorca Challenge on Thursday, but their campaign got off to a...
25 January, 09:29 - Australia's Rohan Dennis won the Tour Down Under cycle race on Sunday when his United States-based BMC team...
29 January, 11:30 - This year, Mark Cavendish, one of Etixx - Quick-Step’s biggest riders, and his lead-out man, Mark Renshaw,...


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Lance Armstrong says that if he could do it all over again, he would dope again because that is what one needed to do in order to be competitive back then. He also added that if he were riding now, he wouldn't dope since the sport is clean. Can you understand his logic?
Yes - I completely understand and support it
No - he was a dirty rider and that's it
Yes - I see his logic, but can't support it