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Cycling - There's only two words worth mentioning in the world of cycling: Lance Armstrong. Read about his Tour de France exploits in 2001, 2002 and 2003 when he won his fifth consecutive championship.

LANCE ARMSTRONG: "ALL-AMERICAN BOY". - In this feature: Lance Armstrong's 2001 Tour de France victory. Greg LeMond, Neil Armstrong and World War II. Operation Overlord, D-Day, the Third Reich and Frenchy. (July 13, 2001).

WHINE COUNTRY. - In this feature: Lance Armstrong's third consecutive victory at the Tour de France. French spectators feed on sour grapes. Also, Champagne, performance enhancing drugs and Pepe Le Pew. (July 26, 2002).

GET IT IN GEAR, LANCE. - In this feature: Armstrong's quest for a fifth Tour de France title. Tiger Woods, Edwin Moses, four-hour baseball games and Monday Night Football. Also, "Golden Girls," Tyler Hamilton and the Champs-Elysees. (July 18, 2003).

Lance and Sheryl? - In this feature: Lance Armstrong and the Tour de France, 6 championships, Sheryl Crow and "The First Cut is the Deepest." Also, Michael Moore, fictional movies and anti-American sentiment. (July 14, 2004).

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