Lance stays out of trouble in return
ADELAIDE, Australia -- Seven-time Tour de France champion Lance Armstrong finished in the middle of the field in his comeback to professional cycling on Sunday after a conservative ride in the Tour Down Under's criterium.
The 37-year-old Texan, who retired after his final Tour victory in 2005, made no attempt to try to win the 32-mile race around the city streets of Adelaide, sticking to the middle of the peloton and finishing 64th out of the 133 starters.
"It's fun to get back in ...
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