Greg LeMond - ‘Cycling is dying through drugs’

Greg LeMond, the former three-times winner of the Tour de France, said at the Play the Game Conference that cycling is on a "slow death march" because of widespread, systematic doping, and added: "In 20 years, drugs will have damaged cycling so much it might not be at the Olympics."

His stance on anti-doping and performance enhancing substances has brought him into conflict with some of the most famous names in the sport. Here he talks about his career and his highly contentious opinions and attitudes toward drugs in sport.