Like most superstar athletes who are addicated to their careers and can't seem to let go, he’s said the “R” word before. But Lance Armstrong says this time around, his retirement is for good. Armstrong says the main reason for ending his career is concentrate more on his family.  The 39-year-old cycling legend came in 65th in his last race and failed to capture an eighth title as rumors continue to swirl that he used performance-enhancing drugs. But perhaps what Armstrong will be most remembered for beating a life-threatening battle with cancer and returning to the sport he loves. Click here to read the entire story on “Fox Sports.”

"I can't say I have any regrets. It's been an excellent ride.”