Lance Armstrong makes new confession

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AUSTIN, TX -- Lance Armstrong has a confession, again. The new one is in an interview with the BBC, which will air later this week. In it, the seven-time Tour de France champ (who had his titles striped after finally confessing to doing performance-enhancing drugs), reportedly says that if he were racing now, he would not dope again.

But here's the kicker. Lance says if he could go back in time, he "would probably" do the same things all over.

So, an answer like that doesn't necessarily sound good, but it's honest (and it obviously assumes that in this time-traveling scenario he wouldn't know everything he knows now).

In the interview, Lance also said he would like to step back into somewhat of a public life.


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