Armstrong on Ullrich: "He's the one who wakes me up early every morning"

In an interview on Eurosport during the 17th stage of the Giro d'Italia, six-time Tour de France winner Lance Armstrong lent a few of his thoughts on what he's seen so far, and what he's likely to see come the 2005 Tour.

Like most pundits, the 33 year-old Texan said he was pleasantly surprised by his team-mate Paolo Savoldelli's performance: "We viewed him as someone who had a lot of potential and a lot of experience. He was a logical choice as team leader for the Giro," he said.

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