A Lance Armstrong admission to doping and using perfomance-enhancing drugs could be coming soon, according to sources. Last fall, Armstrong saw his seven Tour de France titles stripped away and he was then banned from competing in all Olympic sports.
According to reports, he has told associates and anti-doping officials his plans of an admission to the charges. Some think his probable admission is just for selfish reasons, and it is just an attempt to restore his athletic career.
For over a decade, Armstrong continually denied allegations that he was doping. Even when anti-doping officials presented their case to him which had overwhelming evidence showing he was guilty, he still denied it.
Armstrong has been faced with pressure from many to confess, even his own charity, Livestrong. Tim Herman, Armstrong's lawyer, said an admission of guilt was not in the works. However, other sources claim that he is indeed considering a confession to the USADA (United States Anti-Doping Agency).
No one really knows, except Armstrong himself, if he will actually step forward and finally admit to the charges. However, Herman is planning on discussing Armstrong's next move with him when he gets back from spending time with his family in Hawaii.