Doping whistle-blower Hamilton says still lot of bad apples left unpunished in cycling
Lance Armstrong's former teammate and whistle-blower Tyler Hamilton has claimed there are still plenty of people in cycling who still think they have got away with doping, and added the American's doping ring wasn't a one-man job.
After Armstrong's confession that he did win all seven of his Tour de France yellow jerseys fuelled by a cocktail of drugs, Hamilton sounded the alarm by claiming that there are still a lot of bad apples in this sport, the Daily Mirror reports.
Hamilton's explosive revelations led to Armstrong's unmasking as a serial cheat, bully and liar by US anti-doping crusader Travis Tygart and his confession on chat show queen Oprah Winfrey's couch, the paper added.
Hamilton said he doesn't think Armstrong wants to rat on anybody, but he didn't do this by himself and the banned cyclist is broken right now.