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August 02, 2004 | Rick Reilly
It was pudding, this sixth Tour de France win for Lance Armstrong. Easy as a Sunday ride with your arthritic aunt. He could've won it while doing his taxes.
February 05, 1968
Spread across three mountain ranges, the Olympic venues stretch from Autrans, high in the Vercors to the west of Grenoble, to Alpe d'Huez, in the Grandes Rousses massif to the east, only 13 air miles apart but 60 by car
November 13, 1967 | Jack Olsen
November 13, 1967 | Fred R. Smith
This winter the Olympic torch not only will light up Grenoble, it will illuminate what until now has been a fairly well-kept secret: France has Europe's best skiing. The Americans who have discovered this fact would...
February 20, 1967 | Bob Ottum