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Cancer
Engrave this Quote The truth is, if you asked me to choose between winning the Tour de France and cancer, I would choose cancer. Odd as it sounds, I would rather have the title of cancer survivor than winner of the Tour, because of what it has done for me as a human being, a man, a husband, a son, and a father.
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-Lance Armstrong, Its Not About The Bike - My Journey Back To Life
Engrave this Quote Without cancer, I never would have won a single Tour de France. Cancer taught me a plan for more purposeful living, and that in turn taught me how to train and to win more purposefully. It taught me that pain has a reason, and that sometimes the experience of losing things
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-Lance Armstrong
Christianity
Engrave this Quote At the end of the day, if there was indeed some Body or presence standing there to judge me, I hoped I would be judged on whether I had lived a true life, not on whether I believed in a certain book, or whether I'd been baptized. If there was indeed a God at the end of my days, I hoped he didn't say, But you were never a Christian, so you're going the other way from heaven. If so, I was going to reply, You know what? You're right. Fine.
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-Lance Armstrong
Politics
Engrave this Quote The biggest problem with politics or running for the governor
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-Lance Armstrong, interview with an Austin, Texas CBS affiliate, August 16, 2005
Running
Engrave this Quote For the level of condition that I have now, that was without a doubt the hardest physical thing I have ever done. I never felt a point where I hit the wall. It was really a gradual progression of fatigue and soreness.
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-Lance Armstrong, commenting on running the New York City Marathon in his post-cycling career

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