Cycling Still Answering for Lance


ESCONDIDO, Calif. – In the summer of 2010, Lance Armstrong told the world about a rising young star in the sport of cycling.


"Remember the name Lawson Craddock," Armstrong wrote on his Twitter account.


It was a big deal for Craddock, who was then just 18 years old.


But now everything's changed. In January, Armstrong confessed to several years of lying, doping and bullying in the pursuit of fame and fortune.


What does Craddock think of Armstrong now?


"All of that stuff, I was so young when all that stuff was happening," Craddock said with a shrug.


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