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Armstrong Rides into Cycling History

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Armstrong Rides into Cycling History

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Armstrong Rides into Cycling History

Armstrong Rides into Cycling History

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Lance Armstrong on his way to a six-straight win in the Tour de France. Reuters hide caption

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Cycling superstar Lance Armstrong rode into the record books Sunday, winning his sixth consecutive Tour de France. He sealed his victory with an aggressive and daring performance during the final week of the three-week race through the French countryside. Adam Burke reports.

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