Seven things we learnt from the new Lance Armstrong documentary

The 48-year-old sheds new light on the biggest doping scandal in sporting history, and is as combative as ever

Lance Armstrong (Getty)

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It's the story and character that many cycling fans wish would disappear to never return, but the story of Lance Armstrong continues to be one that dominates the sport. Any slight update in the life of the Texan or provocative soundbite continues to be devoured.

Enter, therefore, ESPN's latest 30 for 30 documentary, simply titled 'Lance'. Over three hours, filmmaker Marina Zenovich gains access to Armstrong who promises he is now finally done with lying, as well as his family, former team-mates, friends, and enemies.

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