Two part documentary running to over three hours and featuring interviews with many of the key players. Haven’t watched it yet so no idea how good / bad / self-serving / accurate it is. Not expecting it to contain anything we don’t already know… Should be worth a watch though.
There is a pretty big thread on this already:
BBC bought the right to play it from ESPN but the documentary is the same.
Well, everytime he does an interview we learn more. Last time he admitted his doping started before his world championship. Wonder how much further back it’s going to go this time.
To the conception. I blame the parents
In this documentary he admits to “cortisone or cortisone precursors” in year 1-2 of his stint at Motorola, so his early twenties.