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Armstrong to Retire after 7th Tour de France Try

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Armstrong to Retire after 7th Tour de France Try

Armstrong to Retire after 7th Tour de France Try

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Six-time Tour de France cyclist winner Lance Armstrong announces his retirement before the start of the Tour de Georgia in Augusta, Ga., on April 18. Reuters hide caption

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Cyclist Lance Armstrong announces that this year's Tour de France will be his last. After battling cancer, Armstrong won six consecutive tours, more than any other cyclist in the race's history.

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