Lance Armstrong Biography




Quick Facts
Date of Birth:
18 September 1971

1993:
World Road Champion

LiveStrong Bracelet Amount raised by LAF:
Over $50 million

Welcome to Lance Armstrong Biography .com!

With seven Tour de France victories under his belt, Lance Armstrong is undoubtedly one of the greatest athletes in the history of modern sports. Winning seven Tours is an astounding feat that will probably not be repeated for decades, if ever.

What makes the Armstrong story truly compeling however, is that he won those seven tours after surviving a grueling battle with testicular cancer!

What makes the Armstrong story truly compeling however, is that he won those seven tours after surviving a grueling battle with testicular cancer!

This site is dedicated to cancer survivors around the world, and those living strong through it. Please show your support by donating to Lance Armstrong Foundation.

Lance Armstrong News


When Hushovd was young...

Thor Hushovd retired on Saturday after completing the GP Impanis-Van Petegem won by his BMC team-mate Greg van Avermaet . The 2010 world champion and winner of ten stages of the Tour de France put an end to a 27 year long career! Jean-Franois Qunet looks back at his history as a young rider.

09/22/2014 03:11 AM
Lance Christopher Geyer Armstrong

Lance Christopher Geyer Armstrong, 75, was born Aug. 4, 1939, in New York, N.Y., to his parents, John and Mary Armstrong. He passed away Wednesday, Sept.

09/19/2014 02:27 AM
What you need to know: Voigt's assault on cycling's iconic 'human hamster wheel'

Cycling legend Jens Voigt will make an assault on the iconic world one-hour record on Thursday - an event that will be broadcast live on British Eurosport. But can he do it? Live on Eurosport on Thursday 18th September at 6pm British time, German veteran cycling legend Jens Voigt will bring the curtain down on his illustrious career with an attempt at toppling cycling's famous Hour Record.

09/18/2014 05:14 PM
exit-arrow-visit|article-5764024|mobile_simple_list_body-26795|1

Registration will allow you to post comments on fairfieldcitizenonline.com and create a fairfieldcitizenonline.com Subscriber Portal account for you to manage subscriptions and email preferences. Either the U.S. Postal Service is doing a horrible job of marketing, or we are doing a horrible job as parents.

09/18/2014 04:14 PM
Much to be thankful for

A thank-you note that columnist Thomas Lawlor meant to send ... but never did: "Thank you to the Mill Hill School staff, including Jackie Skultedy, Joan Huff, Suzanne Grigg, Larry Shire, Deborah Crossly, Jeanne Gaughan and Tara Carlson. Other teachers have touched our lives but somehow elementary stands out the most.

09/18/2014 12:00 PM