In the latest episode of Freakonomics Radio, host Stephen Dubner interviews infamous cyclist Lance Armstrong about his thoughts on his fallout and the current landscape of Cycling. Lance comes off as remorseful, and provides interesting insights into how cycling is run and why much of this cheating still runs rampant throughout the sport. Absolutely worth listening and I am looking forward to more content from the Dubner Productions in the next phase of Freakonomics Radio.
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My Name is Noah Garfinkel and I am going into my Sophomore year at the University of Michigan. I am currently undeclared but I am looking to be a History Major with a Chinese Minor. I am the Social Media Editor and a Staff Writer for the Michigan Review. I am also a member of the University of Michigan AEI Executive Council. I also run the 400 and the 200 for the Michigan Club Track Team. My Goal with this site is to write as often as I can and continue to strengthen my own writing skills and work towards my goal of writing professionally. My main interests are Politics, History, Economics, and Sports. My favorite sports teams are Tottenham Hotspur and the Los Angeles Clippers. My favorite books are Ender’s Game and Friday Night Lights and my favorite movie is Reservoir Dogs. View all posts by Noah Garfinkel