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Pain arrives on four hooves.

Disgraced cyclist "trusted that Crow would have no desire to tell the press or anyone else," authors write.

Back on a bike, disgraced cyclist says, "I didn't invent [doping] and I didn't end it."

Lance Armstrong is not surprised that this sort of thing goes on.

Disgraced cyclist plans to ride for "three or four" days.

Disgraced cyclist says winning in his era would have been impossible without doping.

Cyclist taped his confessional interview with Oprah Winfrey in the house.

Disgraced cyclist declines to tell the agency about doping.

Disgraced cyclist says cheating has always been rampant in the sport.

Join us for real-time coverage as we find out what left for the disgraced cyclist to say after he confessed to using banned drugs and to being a bully.

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