Lance Armstrong-"Every Second Counts"-2003-Broadway Books-6" X 9 1/2"-246 pages-Hardcover Book-With Jacket-Signed By Author.When he was 13, Armstrong won the Kids Iron Triathlon, an event combining swimming, biking, and running. He later began entering triathlons for money, winning $20,000 when he was 15. As a high school senior Armstrong qualified to train with the U.S. Olympic team. He later made cycling his sport. In 1993 he won ten titles and was called the Golden Boy of American Cycling. By 1996 Armstrong was the top-ranked cyclist in the world. But later that year, he was diagnosed with cancer and forced to undergo three operations and chemotherapy. The treatment was ultimately successful, and Armstrong became a powerful advocate for cancer research. He founded the Lance Armstrong Foundation to promote cancer research and awareness, and wrote the best-selling book It's Not About the Bike: My Journey Back to Life.The book has a cut signature by Lance Armstrong affixed to the title page of the book. The cut signature is 1" X 4".............BOTH BOOK AND AUTOGRAPH ARE IN VERY GOOD CONDITION.
HeadlineLance Armstrong "Every Second Counts" 2003 Book Signed Autograph