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 In his first public appearance since announcing he would no longer fight doping charges brought by USADA, Armstrong finished second in a 36-mile mountain bike race in Aspen, Colorado, five minutes behind a 16-year-old rider, Keegan Swirbul.
              Wearing sunglasses and black and gold riding gear adorned with sponsors' logos, Armstrong appeared unfussed by the media throng that had travelled to the mountain resort amid concerns his legacy has been irrevocably tarnished.
              "Nobody needs to cry for me. I'm going to be great," Armstrong told reporters.
              "I have five great kids and a wonderful lady in my life. My foundation is unaffected by all the noise out there.
              "I think people understand that we've got a lot of stuff to do going forward.

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