Lance Armstrong's perspectives looked dramatically when he won in Oprah Winfrey in 2013 that he won the title of the Tour de France, putting the bridges on a career that made him more than 200 meters and his legal problems were deepened.
An investment in a venture capital fund that bought in Uber Technologies has been a council for beleaguering cycling. The 47-year-old CNBC told Thursday that the investment was "too good," and "saved our family".
The interview was reported that Armstrong was set to start a 10-liter strike.
The reality is more peloton than breakout.
His $ 100,000 investment has made him as $ 20m, according to the Bloomberg posts.
Armstrong in 2009 invested $ 100,000 in Chris Sacca's new start-up Lowercase Capital, CNBC. One of # business shutters was on & # 39; The start of the driver's license was then valued at $ 3.7m. Over the next year, the public has decided to estimate a value regulation of $ 120bn, bankers at Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley.
The subsidies of the underworld has come back from 250 times and 300 times, according to a person who is known for his performance. This means Armstrong would cost his investment as much as $ 30m to the top of this range. After expenses he probably lost $ 20m.
"I invested in Chris Sacca," said Armstrong in interview. "I did not even know he had done."
A representative of Armstrong did not respond immediately to requests for commentary. In the spokesman refused to comment.
Armstrong, won the Tour de France each year from 1999 to 2005, was abolished in August 2012. the titles. He gave a television interview with Winfrey in January 2013 that he had a "cocktail" of testosterone, erythropoietin and blood transfusions in all his career.
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