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In Paris on July 25th, 1999, Lance Armstrong made world headlines with the most stunning comeback in the history of sport: winning the Tour de France in the fastest ever time after battling against life-threatening testicular cancer just 18 months earlier. A few months after his historic victory, he became a father for the first time. His first book, It's Not About the Bike, charted this journey back to life and went on to become an international bestseller. Now, in this much anticipated follow-up, Armstrong shares more details of his remarkable life story, including three more Tour de France wins, an Olympic medal, and the birth of his twin daughters, Grace and Isabel. Here he offers us his life philosophy - his thoughts on training, competing, winning and failure. He also recounts the work done for the Foundation he set up following his dramatic recovery, and introduces further inspirational tales of cancer survival.
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