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Lance Armstrong in his "final" Tour De France
One Man. One Dream, One Testicle. One More Shot.
That seems to be the way that Lance Armstrong's recent comebacks have been embodied as a slogan. Lance Armstrong is the All-Around Best American to show determination in a sport.
He took cancer down his first time. Retirement was cancer's only way of telling Lance Armstrong to slow down, but he refused. In 1998, Lance Armstrong got right back on that bike with hopes of winning a Tour De France.
He would not only accomplish his dream, but he would win it seven consecutive times!
In 2005, he would announce his first retirement from cycling. He would end it with his seventh consecutive win.
He would compete with Astana and decide to come back one more time for No. 8. He fell short, but the effort was what counted.
In 2010, he announced that the 2010 Tour De France would definitely be his last. Armstrong crashed a few times that put him out of contention of winning, but he pedaled on. He finished 23rd and Team Radioshack was able to win in Team competition.
Have we seen the last of Lance Armstrong?