In October 2012, shortly after the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency stripped Lance Armstrong of his Tour de France wins, he says the fallout began. Sponsorships worth tens of millions of dollars—from corporations like Nike and Anheuser-Busch—cut ties with Lance. Then, Lance says, came the lowest moment. Watch as he tells Oprah why stepping away from his foundation, Livestrong, was the hardest.
After coming clean about his use of performance-enhancing drugs, Lance Armstrong, a man who says he truly believed he was invincible at one point in his life, owes many people apologies. Watch as Lance tells Oprah how this is part of his process. Plus, Lance reveals whether he'd sit down with David Walsh, a journalist who pursued the truth about Lance for 13 years.
Just weeks after being stripped of his Tour de France titles, Lance Armstrong tweeted out a photo of himself in his Austin, Texas, home. Under the photo, which shows him relaxing beneath his seven famed, framed yellow jerseys, he wrote: "Back in Austin and just layin' around." Watch as he tells Oprah how that tweet was an act of defiance...and why he thought it was a good idea at the time.