Lance Armstrong coming out of retirement for the next Tour de France?

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Lance Armstrong, the seven-time Tour de France champion who retired from cycling in 2005, has spent much of the last three years off his bike, advocating cancer research, running marathons and socializing with the Hollywood elite. But his schedule may be in for a drastic change.

Early last month, Armstrong began the proceedings for reinstatement to the United States Anti-Doping Agency's out-of-competition testing pool, said Erin Hannan, a spokeswoman for the antidoping agency. Athletes are required to be in the pool for at least six months before participating in elite-level competition, she said.;oref=slogin

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