When Oprah Winfrey's much-hyped interview with Lance Armstrong aired on Thursday night, and the cycling great right away admitted to using performance-enhancing drugs, professional athletes jumped on Twitter to express their thoughts.
Jonathan Vaughters, one of Armstrong's former teammates, seemed exhausted by the ordeal.
"I've dedicated my life to professional cycling, anti-doping," Vaughters' Twitter profile reads in part.
Tennis champion Serena Williams was stunned.
Boxer Lennox Lewis took a thoughtful approach.
Indy car driver Graham Rahal watched as one of his heroes fell from grace.
Olympic track runner Nick Symmonds was heatedly upset.
Golfer Paul Azinger pulled no punches, and kept coming back for more.
New York Yankees first baseman Mark Teixeira was more a fan of Oprah than Armstrong.
U.S. women's soccer team forward Alex Morgan was less-than pleased with the interview.
And former tennis star Andy Roddick was frustrated with Oprah's marketing scheme.
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