ARMSTRONG 'NOT THE LAST DRUG CHEAT IN CYCLING' HE DID NOT ACT ALONE.
SUPERGRASS Ty l e r Hamilton last night warned that Lance Armstrong's doping scandal was NOT a one-man job.
After Armstrong's confession he DID win all seven of his Tour de France yellow jerseys fuelled by a cocktail of drugs, former team-mate and whistleblower Hamilton sounded TURN TO PAGE 57
FROM BACK PAGE the alarm last night by claiming: "There are still a lot of bad apples in this sport - Lance Armstrong did not act alone."
H a m i l t o n 's e x p l o s i ve revelations led to Armstrong's unmasking as a serial cheat, bully and liar by US anti-doping crusader Travis Tygart and his confession on chat show queen Oprah Winfrey's couch.
And Hamilton warned: "There are plenty of people who still think they got away with it. I don't think Armstrong wants to rat on anybody, but he didn't do this by himself. He's broken."
Tygart said: "If Lance Armstrong is sincere in his desire to correct his past mistakes, he will testify under oath about the full extent of his doping activities."
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