The Sunday Times Places #AskLance Ad in Chicago Tribune, Wants Oprah to be Tough
There are a lot of people really, really hoping Oprah Winfrey dives deep during her interview with Lance Armstrong this Thursday, perhaps none more so than The Sunday Times writer David Walsh.
BikeBiz is reporting that the London paper, which was sued by Armstrong over an article written by Walsh in 2006, placed this ad in the Chicago Tribune. It has some suggested questions for Winfrey, some provided by Walsh’s Twitter followers.
Click the image to enlarge the ad, or jump past the break for all the questions…
1. Did you tell doctors at the Indiana University Hospital on October 27, 1996 that you had taken EPO, human growth hormone, cortisone, steroids and testosterone?
2. After returning from cancer, how did you justify putting banned drugs in your body?
3. Did you have any sympathy for those rivals determined to race clean?
4. Do you regret how you treated Betsy Andreu, your former masseuse Emma O’Reilly and Greg LeMond?
5. Do you admit that your friend Dr Michele Ferrari fully supported your team’s doping?
6. Is it your intention to return the prize money you earned from September 1998 to July 2010?
7. Did you sue The Sunday Times to shut us up?
8. Was your failure to understand Floyd Landis the key to your downfall?
9. Do you accept lying to the cancer community was the greatest deception of all?
10. Why have you chosen Oprah Winfrey for your first interview as a banned athlete?