Lance Armstrong 'at ease' after dropping drugs fight

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Cyclist Lance Armstrong has said he is "focusing on the future", at his first public appearance since dropping his fight against the US Anti-Doping Agency (USADA) over allegations of drug use.

Armstrong was speaking ahead of the Power of Four bike race in Aspen, Colorado on Saturday.

He told reporters that he was "more at ease now than [he had] been in 10 years".

Karthi Gnanasegaram reports.

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