Includes sites related to American cyclist Lance Armstrong, cancer survivor, husband and father of three, and four-time winner of the Tour de France (1999-2002). Other accomplishments include:
  • 1st, 2002 Tour de France
  • 1st, 2002 Midi Libre
  • 1st, 2002 Dauphine Libere
  • 1st, 2001 Tour de France
  • 1st, 2001 Tour de Switzerland
  • 3rd, 2000 Classique des Alpes
  • 3rd, 2000 Dauphine Libere
  • 1st, 2000 GP Eddy Merckx
  • 1st, 2000 Tour de France
  • 1st, 2000 GP Des Nations
  • 1st, 1999 Tour de France
  • 1st, 1999 Circuit de la Sarthe Time Trial
  • 4th, 1998 Tour of Holland
  • 4th, 1998 Vuelta Espana (Tour of Spain)
  • 1st, 1998 Tour de Luxembourg
  • 1st, 1998 Rheinland-Pfalz Rundfarht
  • 1st, 1998 Cascade Classic
  • 1st, 1996 Sprint 56K Criterium
  • 1st, 1996 Fleche Wallone
  • 1st, 1995 Tour de France - Stage 18
  • 1st, 1995 Tour DuPont
  • 1st, 1994 Thrift Drug Classic
  • 2nd, 1994 Liege-Bastogne-Liege
  • 1st, 1993 $1 million Thrift Drug Triple Crown
  • 2nd, 1993 Tour DuPont
  • 1st, 1993 Tour de France - Stage
  • 1st, 1993 U.S. National Road Race Championship
  • 1st, 1993 World Championships

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Lance Armstrong On-Line
The official Lance Armstrong site. News, guestbook, discussion forum, mini-polls, and links.
Livestrong Foundation
A non-profit organization that supports people in managing and surviving cancer. Includes lectures, a FAQ, a forum, and information about the Ride for the Roses, an annual fundraiser.
Topix: Lance Armstrong
News about Lance Armstrong, collected from various sources on the web. [RSS]
Tiger Who? Lance Armstrong Is the Real Sports Hero
Americans have always ignored cycling and the Tour de France. This year, says TIME.com's Jessica Reaves, it's time to tune in. (July 12, 2000)

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