Grand Slam & Lance Armstrong

The four Major tennis tournaments, also called the Slams, are the most important tennis events of the year in terms of world tour ranking points, tradition, prize-money awarded, strength and size of player field, and public attention. Lance Edward Armstrong (born Lance Edward Gunderson on September 18, 1971) is an American former professional road racing cyclist who won the Tour De France a record seven consecutive times after having survived testicular cancer. 5.0/5

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Some Intro for the MAN. "When Sachin Tendulkar travelled to Pakistan to face one of the finest bowling attacks ever assembled in cricket, Michael Schumacher was yet to race a F1 car, Lance Armstrong had never been to the Tour De France, Diego Maradona was still the captain of a world champion Argentina team, Pete Sampras had never won a Grand Slam. When Tendulkar embarked on a glorious career taming Imran and company, Roger Federer was a name unheard of; Lionel Messi was in his nappies, Usain Bolt was an unknown kid in the Jamaican backwaters. The Berlin Wall was still intact, USSR was one big, Big Country, Dr Manmohan Singh was yet to "open" the Nehruvian economy. It seems while Time was having his toll on every individual on the face of this planet, he excused one man. Time stands frozen in front of Sachin Tendulkar. We have had champions, we have had legends, but we have never had another Sachin Tendulkar and we never will. "
2012: what an epic year in sport and therefore in human history. You had 1. Lance Armstrong being exposed as a drug cheat, as well as a pathetic excuse for a human being who used bullying and intimidation to create silence and loyalty 2. London hosts a brilliant olympics. Bolt and MO the highlights, but Sally Pearson gave Australia one memorable moment. 3 Manchester City winning the EPL title with two goals in injury time. I don't even like soccer and even I stayed up to watch the season finale. 4. Michael Clarke having the most prolific year ever for australian batsman, breaking records previously held by Bradman and Ponting and scoring the first triple century ever at the SCG, a venue's that's hosted test matches since 1877. 5. Federer wins Wimbledon for the 2 billionth time. Just when you think a champ is done, they pull one out completely unexpectedly. 6. Andy Murray finally wins a Grand Slam, defeating Novak Djokovic in the US Open Final. 7. Sydney Swans stun Melbourne AFL "experts", beating an over ...
i belong to the time which have seen Michael Schumaker winning F1 Race 2011 five time in a row, Usain Bolt marking every single record in the 100 metres, the 200 metres and the 4×100 metres relay with his name, a winner named Lance Armstrong who won the Le Tour De France a record seven consecutive times after having survived testicular cancer, a dreamer called Sir Sachin Tendulkar who has has every record which a batsmen can have to his name, Roger Federer who won every single Teniss Grand Slam fomr 2004-2009, Michael Phelps swimming like no one in the world can and now we have Spain who has done something which on other country will ever be able to do...
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