Monday, January 26, 2009

Lance Very Competitive through TdU

The Tour Down Under finished up Sunday, and while the winner was Allen Davis (Queenland, Australia) of Liquigas, the story of the Tour was Lance Armstrong's return to professional cycling. After 3.5 years of retirement, the legend came back and let his legs do the talking, finishing 29th (of approximately 200) in front of a crowd of 144,000. While there's no trophy for 29th, Lance's training, power, and endurance has exploded since he announced his return 4 months ago!

The Telegraph reports that Lance's comeback definitely includes the Giro D'Italia and the TdF, great news for both the countless worldwide fans as well as the Lance Armstrong Foundation , which will benefit from the publicity of its key leader. Get on board--Join the LiveSTRONG Army!

Images courtesy of the Telegraph and Getty Images/Ezra Shaw.

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