Lance Armstrong Birthday (September 18th)

Lance Armstrong Birthday (September 18th)
  • Lance Armstrong Born: 18 September 1971
  • Armstrong Birthplace: Plano, Texas
  • Armstrong Best Known As: Seven-time winner of the Tour de France

Lance Armstrong an American proficient road racing cyclist was born on 18th September, 1971 in Plano, Texas, U.S. Lance Armstrong became the initial rider to succeed seven Tour de France labels (1999-2005). He is the merely human being to succeed the records seven times.He has broken the last records of five wins, distributed by Eddy Merckx, Bernard Hainault, Jacques Anquetil and Miguel Indurain (successive). He has endured survive testicular cancer, a germ cell tumor that transference of a bodily function to his lungs and brain, in 1996. And his cancer treatments comprised testicular surgical treatment and brain and broad chemotherapy, and his diagnosis was initially poor.

Lance Armstrong Family and Personal Life

When Lance Armstrong was mere two years old, his father left him and his mother. Later his mother wedded with Terry Keith Armstrong, who espoused Lance in 1974. He has ignored to meet up his father and Lance Armstrong has depicted his step father as dishonest man.

Lance Armstrong met Kristin Richard in the month of June in 1997 and wedded on 8th May, 1998. They have three kids: Luke, and twins Grace and Isabelle. The pregnancy became possible in the course of the use of sperm Lance stored 2 years before, previous to having surgery and chemotherapy. And the couple separated in September 2003. At the request of Armstrong, his children were soared in for the dais ceremony in 2005, where Luke assisted his father to raise the trophy, and while his twin daughters detained the stuffed lion amulet and the bouquet of yellow flowers.

Lance Armstrong began dating songwriter-singer Sheryl Crow for a short time in 2003. They publicly exposed their relationship in the month of January in 2004. And they declared their engagement in September 2005. They broke their relationship in February in 2006. After that relationship, He was connected to Ashley Olsen, who is younger about 15 years from him. Often, Lance Armstrong had been dating with Kate Hudson, the American actress. On 30th July, 2008, a spokesperson for Kate Hudson declared that the connection between Lance and Kate had ended cordially.

Lance Armstrong Career

When Lance Armstrong admitted in the Motorola team, Armstrong began his proficient cycling career in 1992. He won the period of the Tour De France in 1993 and 1995 but left from 3 of 4 tours he tried from 1993 to 1996. During 1996 tour, He fell ill and suffering from testicular cancer. It had extended to his lungs and brain. After taking the treatment, in 1998 he won the Tour of Luxembourg. On 25th July, 1999, Armstrong became second American to succeed the Tour de France. In 2003, He won his 5th successive Tour de France, fixing a verification set by Miguel Indurain. The next year, He busted the verification with his 6th successive win. When he got victory in 7th Tour in 2005, Armstrong declared his retirement.

In the year of 2008, Lance Armstrong told about his Vanity Fair magazine that he un-retire. And again he would take part in race in 2009. Lance is the writer of the autobiography It's Not About the Bike (2000) and Every Second Counts (2003).

In his last season, Lance Armstrong’s racing group was supported through the Discovery Channel somewhat than U.S Postal Service….. Lance has his private association for cancer survivors- the Lance Foundation...


On his 25th birthday Lance Armstrong started coughing up blood. On IInd October, 1996, He was detected with testicular cancer. It had extended to his lymph nodes, brain, lungs and abdomen. Next day, Armstrong underwent surgery to take away one of his testicles. . "At that point, he had a minority chance of living another year," Craig Nichols, his chief oncologist stated the New Yorker. "We cure at most a third of the people in situations like that."

For the duration of treatment, Lance Armstrong carried on his riding as much as Lance could. "Why did I ride when I had cancer?" Lance asks rhetorically in his memoirs, It's Not About the Bike. "Cycling is so hard, the suffering is so intense that it's absolutely cleansing. You can go out there with the weight of the world on your shoulders, and after a six-hour ride at a high pain threshold, you feel at peace."

During undergoing chemotherapy, Lance Armstrong started discussion with surgeon about the beginning of a charitable association to lift attentiveness about cancer. Armstrong and some cycling colleagues also involved with the planning of opening a charitable trust bicycle race just about Austin, Texas, and determined to identify it the Ride for the Roses. The organization began to provide him a novel emotion of purpose.


Notice his autobiography; It's Not about the Bike: My Journey Back to Life (2000) and Every Second Counts (2003); D. Coyle’s, Lance Armstrong's War (2005).


Armstrong, Lance, It's Not About the Bike: My Journey Back to Life, Thorndike Press, 2000.