Originally Posted by Own3d
He did make it more popular and the cancer work benefited both parties, but now that the truth is out he's done more damage than good for the sport and the hero that many of those cancer victims looked up to has been exposed as a cheat.
that is not the truth.
but the truth is alot of those cancer survivors treatments probbably had some money from livestrong.
more damage then good? i think not.
he help millions of people directly world wide, he inspired many people to do many things.
sure his resume is tainted, but **** it, the guy is more then sports,
because i personally dont care about how fast a man can ride a bike,
but the fact that the money raised from his foundation has saved lives id say he MORE then makes up for a dopeing charge