Stripped of his Tour titles in October 2012 by the International Cycling Union (UCI), Lance Armstrong ended years and years of denials when he finally admitted to using performance-enhancing drugs during all seven of his Tour de France wins on air with Opera during a January 2013 television interview. Now, 43-year-old Armstrong said something that some might find astonishing in yet another interview. Armstrong said he would probably cheat again if he was in the same situation as he was during the 1990s. He feels that his lifetime ban is unfair and his treatment has been harsh. Justifying his answer, Armstrong explains that the use of performance-enhancing drugs was so prominent and wide-spread that he would have never come to the same level of success if he wasn't doping. To me, I kind of understand this answer. Although I don't think Lance really would do it all over again if they outcome was going to be the same. If he did go back and did dope again, I think he would have made less enemies so he wouldn't have been called out. That's just my two cents.