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February 28, 2004

Armstrong pondering retirement?

BBC SPORT | Armstrong in retirement hint

"I'm open to the possibility there will be a tap on the shoulder and someone says 'time's up'.

"This could be my last year. If I lost [The Tour] I don't know if I would say 'OK, I'm past my prime, time to go.' "

Armstrong also said he’s monitoring Ullrich’s spring training:

"I was thinking what would I do if I heard Ullrich had won a time trial in February," he said. "I think I'd get straight down and do 50 sit-ups just to say to myself I was doing something.

"This time of the year is pure suffering for me. I'm not at my peak... but I'll be at my peak in July."

Posted by Frank Steele on February 28, 2004 in Lance Armstrong 2004 | Permalink

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