Here is the rating form for Tour de France cyclist Lance Armstrong. See also a hero profile of Lance Armstrong which includes my own ratings. As he underwent a change in his hero status in 2012 when found guilty of doping, this table was reset at that time and his hero ratings up to then archived.
Rate Lance Armstrong as a Hero (now)
Click on the stars to give him a rating from 1 to 5 on how well lance Armstrong lives up to each criteria, using the rating scale. The five different criteria have been determined to be the most important attributes of a sporting hero. For more details about these criteria, and why these were chosen, see What makes a Hero? Answer to the best of your knowledge. The averages will be shown after you vote.
How does he rate in terms of his skill level and achievements?
How does he rate in his actions as a role model?
How does he rate in his family relationships?
How does he rate for giving back to the community - charity work and helping others?
How does he rate in the wider community - is he well known outside of his sport?
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- My Hero is Lance Armstrong Why?: Regardless of dopeing. To ride and win that many TDF is not easy. To win is to take advanof your opponent. They all did this. But LA won 7 Times. Suggested by: Randy Mayfield (August 2017)
- My Hero is Lance Armstrong Why?: Lance did what he had to do to win just like everyone else. It wasn't a Lance Armstrong problem, it was a cycling problem....probably still is. He suffered like everyone else and was better. Any man that suffers as he did and wins deserves respect. Problem is, most people don't know what to respect anymore. Submitted Devin (March 2017)
- Can we all agree that Mr. Armstrong should be removed from any "Heroes" list? His most significant "acheivements" in sports have been formally stripped by the governing bodies. His "character" rating is now admitted to be so significantly in negative territory that it essentially invalidates ANY positive ratings in any criterion. "How does he rate in his actions as a role model?" Not at all. Sad, but true. (from P. Mann, Jan 2013)
- He is not a hero. He is a drug addict ... Take him away from the list. (from Henrik, Oct 2012)