This documentary is an intimate but explosive story about the man behind the greatest fraud in sporting history. Lance Armstrong enriched himself by cheating his fans, his sport and the truth.


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Credited cast:
Reed Albergotti Reed Albergotti ... Self - The Wall Street Journal
Betsy Andreu Betsy Andreu ... Self
Frankie Andreu Frankie Andreu ... Self - Motorola Pro Cycling Team 1991-1996
Kristin Armstrong Kristin Armstrong ... Self - Lance Armstrong's Wife (archive footage)
Lance Armstrong ... Self (archive footage)
Joseba Beloki Joseba Beloki ... Self (archive footage)
Chris Boardman Chris Boardman ... Self (archive footage)
Johan Bruyneel Johan Bruyneel ... Self - Directeur Sportif, US Postal Service Team (archive footage)
Sheryl Crow ... Self - La Fiancée de Lance Armstrong (archive footage)
Michele Ferrari Michele Ferrari ... Self (archive footage)
Roberto Gaggioli Roberto Gaggioli ... Self - Coors Light Pro Cycling Team
Rudy Giuliani ... Self (archive footage) (as Rudolph W. Giuliani)
Helen Iesha Goldthorpe Helen Iesha Goldthorpe ... Passerby
Tyler Hamilton Tyler Hamilton ... Self - US Postal Service Team 1996-2001
Bob Hamman Bob Hamman ... Self - President, SCA Promotions


An intimate but explosive portrait of the man behind the greatest fraud in sporting history. Lance Armstrong enriched himself by cheating his fans, his sport, and the truth. But the former friends whose lives and careers he destroyed would prove to be his nemesis. Written by Anonymous

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Well done but not impartial documentary
30 September 2014 | by juneebuggySee all my reviews

This Australian made documentary takes a look at Lance Armstrong's doping scandal including interviews with his former teammates, friends and enemies. Using assorted TV clips it follows his career from the beginning, including his seven wins in Tour de France, his battle against cancer, his come back, and the suspicions, all the way to his downfall culminating with him finally admitting everything to Oprah Winfrey on live TV. -Which ultimately made me feel really sad, a feeling I didn't expect.

After so many years of adamantly denying he was doping he finally just... admits it. I tried to figure out why this bothered me so much and I think its because everybody wants a hero.

A well done documentary but not impartial, this destroys him from beginning to end, while also showing just how big this scandal was and the (apparent) lengths that were undergone to keep certain people quiet. It felt like a giant conspiracy with huge companies, millions of dollars and death threats. Wow. 7/7/14

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