Here’s the Trailer for “LANCE,” ESPN’s Latest 30 for 30 Documentary

Jessica Coulon
Photo credit: Ezra Shaw - Getty Images
Photo credit: Ezra Shaw - Getty Images

From Bicycling

ESPN has released the trailer for “LANCE,” a documentary centering on the rise and fall of Lance Armstrong’s cycling career. Directed by Maria Zenovich, the film is the latest in ESPN’s 30-for-30 documentary series.

Totaling four hours in length, the first part of the documentary will air on May 24 at 9 p.m. ET. The second part will air a week later, on May 31 at 9 p.m. ET.

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Zenovich’s film covers much of Armstrong’s past, from his beginnings as a young cyclist in Texas, his domination of the sport, his seven—now revoked—Tour de France wins, to Armstrong’s diagnosis and recovery from testicular cancer, his return to pro cycling, and the exposure and consequences of his extensive doping scheme.

“Armstrong, along with a collection of family, teammates, friends, rivals, and journalists, all reflect on his story, creating a fascinating character study, capturing a unique chapter of sports history, and insisting the audience make its own interpretations about the many different sides of a complex saga,” per an ESPN press release.

“What is the worst thing that you did?” Zenovich asks, as she interviews Armstrong in the film.

We seem to know the answer to that question. But does he?

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