Lance Armstrong: The Race of His Life (All Aboard Reading) (英語) ペーパーバック – 2000/9/25
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The truly inspirational story of Lance Armstrong, the 1999 and 2000 Tour de France champion from Austin, Texas, who overcame cancer to become the number one cyclist in the world! Starting with Lance's childhood success at triathlons, the book follows his athletic career while dealing with the difficult subject of cancer--and how he did not let the disease stop him from achieving his dream.
She is now the oh-so-proud mother of a one-year old son named Luke and speaks halfway decent French. She enjoys running, reading, red wine and occasional tandem rides with her husband, Cancer survivor, Olympic medalist, and two-time Tour de France champion, Lance Armstrong. Lance and Kristin passionately support the fight against cancer and each other.
Why a book for children about her husband’s struggles? When Kristin was pregnant and trying to avoid the Texas heat, she stayed inside where it was air-conditioned and wrote these stories for their future child. Friends enjoyed them so much that they wanted copies for their kids, saying how hard it is to find a good role model these days. And so not long after, the book, and baby Luke, were born.