posted on Apr, 21 2005 @ 06:53 PM
Lance Armstrong has plenty of work to do if he wants to win a seventh straight Tour de France.
Armstrong finished a disappointing ninth in Thursday's time trial at the Tour de Georgia, nearly two minutes behind the winner in a go-all-out style
of cycling he usually dominates. He is ninth overall.
Another American, Floyd Landis, won the third stage in 39 minutes, 58.09 seconds. The other spots on the podium also were claimed by U.S. riders --
David Zabriskie in second and Christopher Baldwin third.
I dunno about you, but im watching lance closely here, i really would like for him to go out on top in this year's tour so im telling lance right now,
get in shape!