Armstrong has finally conceded that he took performance enhancing substances to help him win seven Tour de France titles.
Lance Armstrong says he cheated his way to Tour de France victories to create a "level playing field".
He's confessed to Oprah Winfrey that he took performance enhancing drugs to win all seven of his titles.
The Sunday Times says it will be pursuing "vigourously" its case with the admitted drug cheat.
He won a six figure sum in damages from the newspaper in 2004, over an article concerning doping allegations.
Graham Daniels is the General Director of Christians in Sport.
He told the News Hour he's not convinced by Armstrong's apology:
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