Armstrong more prominent in Stage 2
ADELAIDE, Australia -- Two days into his first professional cycling race in three years and after a hard day at the Tour Down Under, Lance Armstrong said Wednesday he was having "a helluva good time."However, the 37-year-old has no illusions that his return to cycling -- focused on his attempt in June to win his eighth Tour de France -- will be dictated by age and condition.
Ford: Taking notes
Even at the Tour Down Under, a race he's not trying to win, Lance Armstrong's competitive instincts are resurfacing. Story
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