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Cycling champion John Eustice claims Lance Armstrong part of doping 'system'

This morning on "Starting Point with Soledad O'Brien," two-time Cycling Champion John Eustice weighs in on Lance Armstrong's doping admission. Eustice says Armstrong was part of a wider doping 'system' in sports.

"I think Lance is a lifetime athlete and he understands how the system works," Eustice says. "He understands where his position is, and he doesn't feel he should be the only one punished as representative of an entire system of stardom and money and money generation."

"I think there are at least ten other teams in the Tour De France that have exactly the same system as during his era," Eustice says.

Watch more from the interview in the video above.


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