Armstrong Gives Up Tour's Yellow Jersey

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Discovery Channel team rider Armstrong of the U.S. inspects his bicycle as he trains near Grenoble.

Discovery Channel team rider Armstrong of the U.S. inspects his bicycle as he trains near Grenoble before Tuesday's 10th stage of the 92nd Tour de France cycling race. Reuters hide caption

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As the Tour de France rolls into the mountains, American rider Lance Armstrong has surrendered the lead. NPR's Alex Chadwick gets an update from John Wilcockson, who has covered the Tour de France for almost 40 years.

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