Armstrong is first to win AP award four straight years
AUSTIN, Texas -- Lance Armstrong takes fewer bike rides these days. He even describes himself as out of shape since retiring after his seventh consecutive Tour de France victory in July.
But he remains unbeatable.
Armstrong was honored Wednesday as The Associated Press Male Athlete of the Year for the fourth straight year. He is the only athlete to be selected by sports writers four times since the honor first was awarded in 1931.
Armstrong received 30 of the 83 votes ...
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