Sally Jenkins is a Washington Post Sports Columnist and a Lance Armstrong biographer. She worked with Armstrong on his book It’s Not About the Bike.Ã‚Â
Today she was online taking questions about Lance Armstrong, his return to cycling and the current Tour de France. Below is the first question she answered. Check out all the Q&A’s at The Washington Post.
Boston: With Lance saying he can’t win the Tour de France can I stop watching now?
Sally Jenkins: Ha! Hi all. Welcome. That’s the big question for a lot of viewers now that Armstrong seems to have conceeded that Alberto Contador is stronger. But there are some fireworks Alp stages still to come. I wouldn’t turn it off yet. Armstrong is still capable of winning a stage. And the race to see whether he can endure and claim some sort of spot on the podium at almost 38 should be interesting. Also, if you turn it off you’ll miss seeing the coming of age of the guy who is clearly the sport’s next great, Contador.