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Lance, Dave & the LT100 Coming to a Theater Near You

The debut of "Race Across the Sky" will be a one-night, in-theater event featuring a taped roundtable discussion with Lance Armstrong, Dave Wiens, Chris Carmichael, Leadville Trail100 founder Ken Chlouber and other elite cyclists.

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IN THEATERS NEAR YOU
Tickets to the “Race Across the Sky – Leadville Trail 100” on Oct. 22 are available at participating theater box offices and online at www.FathomEvents.com. Here is a list of theater locations. (theaters and participants may be subject to change). Times are 8 p.m. eastern/ 7 p.m. central / 6 p.m. mountain / 8 p.m. pacific

The debut of “Race Across the Sky” will be a one-night, in-theater event featuring a taped roundtable discussion with Lance Armstrong, Dave Wiens, Chris Carmichael, Leadville Trail100 founder Ken Chlouber and other elite cyclists.

Cycling fans not able to hit Durango, Colorado next week for the premier of a documentary on the Leadville Trail 100 and a sit-down with the film’s main protagonist — Lance Armstrong — can catch both on Oct. 22 in theaters across the country.

“Race Across the Sky” features the event, the mountains and the rematch of Armstrong and Dave Wiens, who, prior to the 2009 LT 100, had won the previous six editions.

The one-night, in-theater event will feature the taped, Oct. 20 roundtable discussion from Durango with Armstrong, Wiens, Armstrong’s coach Chris Carmichael, LT100 founder Ken Chlouber and other elite cyclists, in addition to the debut of “Race Across the Sky.”

The nationwide premier is set for Oct. 22 in theaters across the country.

For fans able to get to Durango, the Oct. 20 showing of the documentary will include a fundraising dinner with Armstrong benefitting the Fort Lewis College cycling program and Trails 2000. That is when and where the roundtable discussion will be taped for showing on Oct. 22.

With Armstrong’s second-place finish behind Wiens in the 2008 LT100 and the rematch – and his un-retirement from cycling – in 2009, Lance Armstrong’s presence caused a spotlight to be trained on Leadville, a tiny Colorado mining town, and the storied race.