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In 2013, Lance Armstrong sat down next to Oprah in Austin, Texas and finally admitted to using banned substances over his career. Since that interview, Armstrong hasn't just lost the public's trust -- he lost many of his closest friends, millions of dollars in sponsorships, his cancer foundation and his ability to compete. Two years later, the troubles are not over for the record-breaking cyclist. In fact, they could get worse financially. In this episode, we talk with Vanessa O'Connell, a 20-year veteran of the Wall Street Journal and co-author of a book detailing Armstrong's lies, about his life, career and legal troubles since the downfall.


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