- A signed copy of Lance Armstrong's 2003 autobiography Every Second Counts
Cyclist Lance Armstrong (born 1971) was one of the greatest cyclists in history, dominating the sport through the 1990s and early 2000s. In 2012, he was proven to have used performance enhancing drugs for his career. He was stripped of all his titles from 1998 onward.
A hardcover example (with dust-jacket) of Armstong's autobiography Every Second Counts, measuring 6½" x 9½" and totalling 246 pages.
Armstrong has signed in black felt tip pen on the half title page.
There is a small tear in the dust jacket otherwise the book is in superb condition, and shows a clean and flamboyant signature. A great memento from one of the most controversial athletes in history.
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