Armstrong Seeks Sixth Straight Tour de France Title American cycling sensation Lance Armstrong begins his quest to become the first person to win a sixth Tour de France. No other rider has been able to win more than five. Armstrong, a cancer survivor is now 32. NPR's Tom Goldman reports.
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Armstrong Seeks Sixth Straight Tour de France Title

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American cycling sensation Lance Armstrong begins his quest to become the first person to win a sixth Tour de France. No other rider has been able to win more than five. Armstrong, a cancer survivor is now 32. NPR's Tom Goldman reports.