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AX-3 DOMAINES, FRANCE - JULY 18: American Lance Armstrong of team RadioShack rides on a climb of Stage 14 of the Tour de France, the first stage to enter the Pyrenees, on July 18, 2010 in Ax 3 Domaines, France. Armstrong currently sits in 38th place. The 184.5km course from Revel features some of the toughest climbs so far in the race including the Port de Pailhères, which at 15.5 kilometers with an average gradient of 7.9% and higher may reveal who is strongest in the peloton. Andy Schleck of team Saxo Bank continues to wear the yellow jersey, while Astana`s Alberto Contador of Spain is a close second. Christophe Riblon of France won the stage. The iconic bicycle race will include a total of 20 stages and will cover 3,642km before concluding in Paris on July 25.  (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images) *** Local Caption *** Lance Armstrong
AX-3 DOMAINES, FRANCE - JULY 18: American Lance Armstrong of team RadioShack rides on a climb of Stage 14 of the Tour de France, the first stage to enter the Pyrenees, on July 18, 2010 in Ax 3 Domaines, France. Armstrong currently sits in 38th place. The 184.5km course from Revel features some of the toughest climbs so far in the race including the Port de Pailhères, which at 15.5 kilometers with an average gradient of 7.9% and higher may reveal who is strongest in the peloton. Andy Schleck of team Saxo Bank continues to wear the yellow jersey, while Astana`s Alberto Contador of Spain is a close second. Christophe Riblon of France won the stage. The iconic bicycle race will include a total of 20 stages and will cover 3,642km before concluding in Paris on July 25.  (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images) *** Local Caption *** Lance Armstrong

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