In The Future, The Decaying Of The Human Body Will Be Viewed As An Error In The Evolution of DNA - Today, Lance Armstrong Was Stripped of His 7 Tour De France Titles
(Reuters) - Lance Armstrong was stripped of his seven Tour de France titles and banned for life on Monday after the International Cycling Union (UCI) ratified the United States Anti-Doping Agency's (USADA) sanctions against the American.
"Lance Armstrong has no place in cycling," UCI President Pat McQuaid told a news conference as he outlined how cycling would have to start again.
"The UCI wishes to begin that journey on that path forward today by confirming that it will not appeal to the Court of Arbitration for Sport and that it will recognize the sanction that USADA has imposed."
In the future, the decaying of the Human Body will come to be viewed as a Error of the Evolution of DNA.
Lance Armstrong and athletes like him are at the forefront of a movement that is only going to gain strength in the future.
The "Performance-Enhancing Drugs" of today are, to be sure, crude in comparison to the precision Biogenetic Meds that will be developed to the specification of the individual in the future.
In this way, they are similar to Chemotherapy, which is just a shotgun blast of poison that happens to kill Cancer quicker than it kills the rest of the human body.
As Performance Enhancing Medication improve in the future, Lance Armstrong will come to be viewed as a kind of pioneer and martyr for the cause.
This is not meant as an endorsement of the criminal aspects of his behavior (intimidating witnesses, and drug-running across borders). Instead, it is meant to recognize that times are changing and law and the rule of sport are lagging behind, which causes those who do understand the changes to, sometimes, resort to criminal behavior.