Lance Armstrong broke his collarbone in a crash in the Vuelta a Castilla y Leon, some bicycle race that 99.2% (proven fact) of the world does not care about...at all. He will have surgery on the collarbone to fix his ailment. This could be seen as a set back for his preparation for this summers Tour de France. (another bicycling event most of us don't care about, except the French...but no one cares about the French)
If you remember, Lance won the prestigious Tour de France 7 times in a row. After 7 times, he pulled a Brett Favre and prematurely retired. Now of course he un-retired, and is trying to get back to the top of the most difficult bicycle race on the planet. Because of this, we have to hear about his training and his comeback to bicycling. So I am going to feed into that fire, and talk about that one-balled D bag's "comeback."
It's not that I even have anything against Lance, but I just hate athletes who retire and then un-retire. They give us some press conference where they cry like 4 year olds after I kick sand in their face or steal AND eat their ice cream in FRONT of them. Wussies.
Well anyway, who knows if Lance can even do what he did before, and that was DOMINATE this sport. This injury could be used as an excuse if Lance comes back as Clark Kent and not SUPERMAN.
Editors note: Of the two people interviewed about the Vuelta a Castilla y Leon, neither cared. Bringing the percentage of people who don't care to 100%.