The Olympic Committee will reportedly ask Lance Armstrong to return his 2000 bronze medal, the committee chairman said Thursday. Armstrong told the Associated Press on Wednesday that he “left it all on the table” in his interview with Oprah Winfrey, which will air on OWN on Thursday and Friday nights. “I have no idea what the future holds other than holding my kids,” Armstrong told the AP in a text message. The interview got so emotional that the disgraced cyclist reportedly teared up, a source told The New York Times. Although the interview, taped Monday, has remained top secret, Armstrong is believed to have admitted to doping, which he had long denied.