won 7 Tours de , from 1999-2005.
He has now been stripped of his titles, due to the compelling evidence and his eventual confession to the systematic use of illegal performance enhancing drugs.
Lance Armstrong is 38 years old
Yes, Lance will be in tip-top shape for this years race.
Not for the last years, byt earlier, sure.
Not for the last years, but previously he has won several.
The answer is no. Lance's mother had Lance when she was 17. Two years later his biological dad Edward Gunderson left him and his mother. Lance's mother then married Terry Armstrong and Lance adopted the last name and became Lance Armstrong. There is no evidence that Lance or Terry Armstrong are related to Neil Armstrong, the first man to walk on the moon. -------------- They have no family relation, at least not within the last few generations. Neil Armstrong was the first man on the moon (July 20, 1969), and Lance Armstrong was the first man to win the Tour de France 7 times, and he did it consecutively, from 1999-2005.
21 Years 9 Months (1993)
Lance Armstrong is 45 years old (birthdate: September 18, 1971).
Today, no one knows. During his years as a Tour de France winner - sure.
Yes. In the Tour de France he's won about 22-25 stages over the years.
He was running a triathlon...
He was diagnosed with cancer on october 2,1996 when he was 25 years old.
Yes. After years of denial, he eventually confessed to the use of banned performance enchancing products.
Lance Armstrong has been a competitive athlete since his teens. Even if his most celebrated victories have been cancelled due to his extensive use of unallowed performance enhancing drugs, he's bound to have some victories from before the doping era that would still "count". But unless Lance himself has kept a competition log for all these years, I think tracking down the exact number of wins would be quite difficult.
Tiger Woods or Lance Armstrong. Flip a coin Personally i would take tiger
Lance's father was Edward Gunderson, who worked as a manager at the Dallas Morning News newspaper. Lance was less than two years old when his father left both him and his mother, Linda. Lance later adopted the name of his stepfather, Terry Armstrong.
Alberto Contador and Andy Schleck, but do not discount Cadel Evans, Bradley Wiggins, Lance Armstrong, Roman Kreuzinger, Dennis Menchov, Ivan Basso and even Robert Gesink with the amount of mountain stages in this years tour.
"Zizou" played 139 from France. 108 with the "Equipe de France" in which he scored 31 times once in the A' team 20 times in the France Espoirs (under 23 years old) - 3 scores 6 times for the under 18 years-old team and for times for the under 17 years-old team (scored once)
While married to Kristin Richard, Lance Armstrong froze some of his sperm before undergoing chemotherapy. This enabled the births of Luke, and twins Isabelle Rose and Grace Elisabeth. Eight years later, his girlfriend Anna Hansen gave birth to baby boy Max and then Lance's fifth child Olivia- both through natural conception.
Three persons have this record: Eddy Merckx, Freddy Maertens and Charles Pélissier. Merckx managed to do this twice: in 1970 and 1974, Maertens came two years later, in 1976, but Pélissier was the first to do this: in 1930.lance Armstrong
Yes, Neil Armstrong did move around a lot. He moved around 16 times in the first 14 years of his life.
I am a huge Lance Armstrong fan, but I'd never bet against Eddy Merckx. While Lance has spent his entire career training only for the Tour de France, Eddy rode in almost every race he could and won a large majority of them. From the Cycling Hall of Fame website, you can find this information: "He won the Tour de France five times, the Giro d'Italia five times and the Vuelta a Espana once for a total of eleven Grand Tour victories. He won each of cycling's five monuments (Milan-San Remo, Tour of Flanders, Paris-Roubaix, Liege-Bastogne-Liege, Tour of Lombardy) more than twice, for a record of nineteen victories in these races." Eddy won 525 of the races he participated in, a record that will probably never fall. Additionally, Lance Armstrong has won his titles with a team that was built specifically for him, and with a team of engineers and other professionals who have dedicated years to making his equipment the best in the world. While I can't fault Lance for this, I have to believe that given the same conditions, team, and equipment, Lance would find himself watching Eddy pull away to an eventual victory. While Greg Lemond certainly made his contributions to the world of cycling, I simply don't feel that he is in the same league as Eddy Merckx, although he might give Lance a run if given the same conditions. Of course this is all my opinion, and there is absolutely know way to ever know for certain!
Carol Knight Armstrong is 669 years old. She married Neil Armstrong in 1999 and was 15 years younger than him.
Adrienne Armstrong is 40 years old
As of the 2014 MLB season, Lance Lynn is 27 years old.
There have been many famous saddle cyclists over the years. Perhaps one of the most famous is Lance Armstrong. Others include Floyd Landis and Henri Desgrange.