Lance Armstrong's cycling career is behind him. Now he says the doping questions should go away as well.
Armstrong says he's finished talking about doping rumors and allegations that dogged his seven Tour de France titles, after a nearly two-year federal investigation that closed with no charges being filed against him.
In recent interviews with Men's Journal and the ''Gavin Newsom Show'' on Current TV, Armstrong said he's ''done'' with the performance-enhancing drug question.
''This has been a (13)-year question,'' Armstrong said in an interview with Newsom to be aired Friday.
Armstrong, who has always denied doping, pointed to ''500 to 600'' negative drug tests in his career.
''Blood, urine, hair, whatever they wanted to take. At some point, somebody's going to have to answer that question,'' Armstrong said. ''I'm not wasting any more of my time.''
And he's still being tested. As a competing triathlete, Armstrong is subject to random testing by sports anti-doping authorities...