Armstrong confirmed for Tour de France
GENEVA -- Team RadioShack has confirmed that Lance Armstrong will ride in next month's Tour de France.
Team director Johan Bruyneel says Tuesday that seven-time Tour winner Armstrong will be joined by Andreas Kloeden of Germany, Americans Levi Leipheimer and Chris Horner, and Janez Brajkovic of Slovenia.
Also racing for RadioShack will be Portugal's Sergio Paulinho, Yaroslav Popovych of Ukraine, Swiss rider Gregory Rast and Dmitriy Muravyev of Kazakhstan.
The 38-year-old Armstrong finished second in the Tour of Switzerland on Sunday, performing well in the mountain stages and the time trials.
Armstrong crashed at the Tour of California in May but escaped serious injury.
The Tour's 97th edition begins July 3 in the Dutch port of Rotterdam.
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