Lance Armstrong's comeback may have hit a hitch: The seven-time Tour de France winner has dropped to third place after Friday's race, with rival and teammate Alberto Contador (who had started the day 19 seconds behind Armstrong) finishing 21 seconds ahead of him to claim second. Brice Feillu of France won the 140-mile leg of the tour, which stretches from Spain into Andorra and is the first in a high-mountain range. Up next? Two more days of racing in the Pyrenees await before a rest day Monday. The Tour ends July 26 in Paris.