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Topic - Ted King
King fought back tears Wednesday as the Tour de France peloton rode away without him because he was too injured to complete the previous stage in regulation time.
"It's been tremendously heartwarming and the support has been phenomenal," King said.
"I knew I was going to be suffering. I can't yank on the bars as a result of the shoulder," he said. "I'm crying on the inside right now. I've already cried a few times."