The weekend after announcing that he is permanently retiring from cycling, Lance Armstrong has said via his twitter that he will competing in Sunday's Livestrong Half Marathon in his hometown of Austin, Texas.
After Lance Armstrong’s official retirement from cycling—or “Retirement 2.0” as he’s dubbed it—the triathlon community may wonder: does this mean he’s dedicating himself to being a triathlete?
The knee injury that forced Lance Armstrong to withdraw from the Rotorua Sprint Triathlon in New Zealand, set to be held later this month, could also keep him from competing in a 2011 Ironman.
Seven-time Tour de France winner Lance Armstrong won't compete in a New Zealand triathlon next month because of a sore left knee.
Lance Armstrong has confirmed that he will be racing in a sprint triathlon as part of the Eves Blue Lake Multisport Festival in New Zealand at the end of January.