Lance Armstrong


Lance Armstrong was born September 18, 1971, in Dallas, Texas. He is a professional cyclist who won the Tour de France seven consecutive times. Though he has been competing in cycling competitions for the majority of his life, he was diagnosed with cancer at the age of 25. He eventually was able to overcome the cancer and continued competing. He is also the pioneer behind the Livestrong brand. Lance was married to Kristin Richard from 1998 until 2003, and they had three children together. He began dating musician Sheryl Crow in late 2003, but they broke up in 2006. He has also dated fashion designer Tory Burch and actress Kate Hudson, but has been with Anna Hansen since 2008. They have two children together.

Lance Armstrong

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    Flick through this book and many of you might think Julian Montague needs to get a life, ronimag round the North Eastern states snapping the death throes of shopping carts, indeed. The book is a bit of fun though and quite cleverly thought out, but maybe the joke wears a bit thin by page 176. The five sections explain all you'll need to know to about classifying carts, section two lists Class A: False Strays, Types 1-11 and section three Class B: True Strays, Types 1-22. Each type gets a page with a cool photo and details about what to look for. The longest section is four, titled Selected Specimens, with more than three hundred photos of battered and dead carts in the environment, I think the ones in snow look best and they are categorized according to either Class A or B. It won't surprise you to know that the author toiled for six years creating all this. The design and printing of the book is fine and the author takes a pretty good cart photo. The only thing missing, I thought, was some reference to their manufactures, there can't be too many and they most likely all have unique features. This would certainly have added to the thrill of spotting a Class B, Type 11 (train damaged cart) made by A N Other Inc. *United Brotherhood of Shopping Carts. Affiliated to AFL/CIO. ***FOR AN INSIDE LOOK click customer images' under the cover.