Lance Armstrong, cyclist and winner of the 2002 Tour de France, talks to Charlie about his Sports Illustrated
Sportsman of the Year award. Armstrong suggests that the biggest component of a 22-day race such as the Tour de France is the recovery, admitting that on the 16th day of the Tour, he does not feel as though he¿s just done 15 days. (Broadcast Date: December 11, 2002)
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