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Lance Armstrong admits "difficult times" during Federal Investigation

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The beginning of the end. Lance Armstrong (RadioShack) pedals leadenly to the finish at Morzine

The beginning of the end. Lance Armstrong (RadioShack) pedals leadenly to the finish at Morzine
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It's still about the bike: Lance Armstrong back in the saddle

It's still about the bike: Lance Armstrong back in the saddle
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A dejected Lance Armstrong (RadioShack) explains his defeat at the stage finish at Avoriaz

A dejected Lance Armstrong (RadioShack) explains his defeat at the stage finish at Avoriaz
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Frank Schleck (Saxo Bank) plays tour guide to Lance Armstrong in Luxembourg.

Frank Schleck (Saxo Bank) plays tour guide to Lance Armstrong in Luxembourg.
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Seven-times Tour de France winner Lance Armstrong has told AP that he is relieved to put the US Federal investigation in the past. Armstrong said: "I'm happy. I'm glad it's behind me."