Lance starting to cry about bike racing being too hard for him

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No sympathy for Armstrong from Giro boss
Lance Armstrong’s Twitter messages about the dangers of the last two stage finishes got little sympathy from Giro d’Italia race director Angelo Zomegnan.

Armstrong made it clear what he thought of the long descent to the finish in a Twitter message posted soon after the stage.

“What are we supposed to do?” he asked bluntly.

“Add another 100km to the stage and finish it on the motorway near Bologna…”

“He talked to me about yesterday and he talked about the unlit tunnels. Today was a little more dangerous because it rained but I don’t think the finish was that dangerous. Things are more dangerous in Belgium.”
Asked if perhaps Armstrong is getting old and is perhaps a little nervous after recently breaking his collarbone, Di Luca responded with a smile and a ‘maybe’ that said it all.
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