Chrissie Wellington, the 13-time undefeated ironman distance Champion, and four-time Ironman World Champion (2011, 2009, 2008, 2007), stated in the UK’s The Sun, that she regrets including Lance Armstrong’s foreword in her book A Life Without Limits.

Wellington is encouraging book owners to rip out Lance’s foreword or to cross it out with a permanent marker.

“When Federal prosecutors dropped their investigation in February 2012, I finally agreed to include his foreword. This decision was a mistake, and one that I deeply regret. If I could turn the clock back I would. But I can’t,” said Wellington in The Sun article.  “But please, if you have North American edition rip out the foreword, and use a permanent marker to erase the quote on the back of the British version.”

Wellington also wants Armstrong to stay away from the sport of triathlon.

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“I believe that Lance’s participation in triathlon would sully the reputation of our sport and undermine its fragile credibility.”

Read the full article at: Armstrong told to forget comeback.

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