Today, the US Anti-Doping Agency moved to strip cyclist Lance Armstrong of his seven Tour de France titles – and ban him from the sport for life.
The move comes after Armstrong announced he would stop fighting doping charges against him.
The International Cycling Union – which oversees the sport that made Armstrong famous – has yet to rule on the matter.
Armstrong still claims he's innocent – and never doped.
Brian Holcombe is the editor of Velo Magazine, a publication about bike racing in North America.
In an editorial last night, Holcombe said Armstrong took a position of "martyr" by choosing not to fight the charges from the Anti-Doping Agency.
Holcomb tells anchor Marco Werman it was Armstrong's only way out.