The Tour De France may no longer recognize Lance Armstrong as a seven-time champion but you'd have a hard time telling that by taking a look at the banned cyclist's living room.
Stripped of his titles and banned from cycling for life for doping, Armstrong's legacy has been irrevocably altered in recent weeks. His home decor has, apparently, not changed. On Saturday, the 41-year-old tweeted a picture of himself relaxing in his home in Austin. While his position of repose on the couch was hardly notable, the seven framed yellow jerseys hanging on the walls around him were hard to miss.
Despite the seemingly defiant tone of the tweet, the fallout from the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency's October report that led to his ban from the sport continues. On Monday, Armstrong formally cut ties with Livestrong, the foundation that he founded. Armstrong "remains the inspiration" for the cancer-fighting charity according to spokeswoman Katherine McLane.
Receiving more than 6,000 retweets and 1,700 favorites by Monday afternoon, the tweet garnered plenty of attention. The reaction to the image on Twitter was mixed. What do you think?