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Lance Armstrong News, Pictures, and Videos
Tour de France champion Lance Armstrong is about to be a dad for the fifth time!
Lance even started a Twitter for the yet-to-be-born child! Baby “Cinco”‘s first tweet read “I got 2 arms, 2 legs, a nickname, and [I’m] 2 inches long. See y’all in October.”
FYI: Lance has three children from a previous marriage.
- Lance Armstrong is expecting a fourth child
- Victoria Beckham has a few allergies
- Alessandra Ambrosio struts her stuff
- Zac Efron and Vanessa Hudgens do some Xmas shopping
- Jennifer Hudson has been through a lot but returns to work
- Mischa Barton launches her line of headbands
- Samantha Ronson is absolutely exhausted
- Alina Puscau is a Victoria’s Secret veteran
- David Archuleta gets to hang with Santa Stitch
- Kelly Clarkson‘s new single, “My Life Would Suck Without You,” will hit U.S. radio outlets January 19.
- Heath Ledger‘s death was voted 2008′s top entertainment story by U.S. newspaper and broadcast editors surveyed by The Associated Press.
- Tina Fey was voted The Associated Press’ Entertainer of the Year, an annual honor chosen by newspaper editors and broadcast producers across the country.
The 37-year-old talks about his return to racing (he’ll bike this summer in the Tour de France), who he trusts and his crusade to end cancer. Here are some interview highlights:
On who he trusts: “I would say there are probably a dozen people I trust 100 percent. I’d trust them with my life. Outside of that it drops off a lot. Just like going into war, you have to know who’s committed. Beyond that, you just don’t know.”
On racing in the next Tour de France: “I’m so loyal to Johan [Bruyneel], there’s no way I’d cross him or race against him. This is a more interesting scenario in terms of our loyalty, the fact that I’m not the clear-cut winner anymore. But I’m a fair person. If I’m not the strongest, I’m not going to expect everyone to lay down. For me, it’s more important to be honorable and fair throughout this process.”
On his Livestrong campaign: “There’s a long way to go, and there are days when I think, geez, what did I bite off? But it gives me something to work for so I won’t have to walk into hospitals 20 or 30 years from now.”
On training: “Back in the day, people trained on just their feelings. Now you have heart rate, altitude, lactic acid, all measured on one unit. That’s how I knew I was ready to win the Tour. If I stepped on the scale in the morning and it said a certain weight and the power output was where it was supposed to be when I tested at the end of the day, it was over. Nobody close.”
“Throughout my conversations with [Obama], I’ve been impressed with his commitment to fighting cancer and have gained a sense of optimism about the future. And looking back on recent years, that optimism is a big improvement.
“The American people are doing their part, especially against tobacco, the No. 1 cause of cancer. Twenty-four states as well as the District of Columbia have strong smoke-free workplace measures in place. Cities all over America are banning smoking. And Americans are far more aware and motivated to lead healthy lifestyles than they were even twenty years ago.”
Lance‘s full article can be read at CNN.com.
Lance Armstrong is reportedly coming out of retirement next year to compete again and attempt to win the Tour de France again!
According to reports, the 36-year old will have no salary or bonuses for his racing. He will reportedly compete in five races with the Astana team, although his manager Mark Higgins has not responded to questions. The Astana spokesman has also denied that their team has any plans with Lance.
WHAT DO YOU THINK about the reported return of Lance Armstrong to cycling – YAY or NAY?
“There was no drama or ugliness – They just decided to end things,” a source close to the couple tells Us Weekly. “There is no hatred, just sadness.”
The couple first began seeing each other during a visit to the Bahamas in May, right after Kate broke up Owen Wilson.
Their romance snowballed quickly, with the couple spending Father’s Day in the U.S. together with their children from previous relationships.
Lance, who was previously engaged to Sheryl Crow, has three children while Kate has a son, Ryder, with ex-husband Chris Robinson.