Anna Hansen, Founder of LIVESTRONG walked down the aisle with her longtime partner, a cyclist, Lance Armstrong yesterday, 9 August 2022.
Lance posted a photo on Instagram with his best friend Anna Hansen expressing contentment and joy with the caption Best Day Ever. Married the love of my life annahansenarmstrong (her wife’s Instagram) the athlete.
Anna wore a sleeveless shiny white dress with sheer, embellished features along the open back.
Armstrong wore a jet-black suit with a light blue tie and grey suede sneakers. He shared a photo on Monday that signified him looking at his gorgeous wife in shock and amazement as he saw her in her wedding gown for the first time.
How did Lance Armstrong and Anna Hansen meet?
Armstrong and Hansen first met in 2008, and they both declared openly their engagement in May 2017. They share a son Max, 13, and a daughter Olivia, 11.
Previously affairs of Lance Armstrong, husband of Anna Hansen
Although, Lance married Kristin Pichard from 1998 to 2003 and also shares a son Luke, 22, and twins Grace and Isabelle, 20, with his ex-wife before.
Photos indicated that the delighted partners had four of the kids with them at the altar. Grace and Olivia wore gloomy blue bridesmaid gowns. Furthermore, Luke and Max stood behind their dad in tuxedoes.
After his divorce, Armstrong began going together with singer-songwriter Sheryl Crow in the exact year. The two got engaged in September 2005 but called off their engagement in February 2006.
Who is Lance Armstrong?
Lance is regarded as a sports icon for winning the Tour de France seven consecutive times from 1999 to 2005.
The doping incident came to light when a United States Anti-Doping Agency investigation found that Armstrong had used performance-enhancing drugs throughout his career. The agency named him the ringleader of “the most sophisticated, professionalized and successful doping program that sport has ever seen.” Armstrong ratified his interest in doping in January 2013.
After beating metastatic testicular cancer that had already scattered to other parts of his body in 1996, all gazes were on Armstrong when he returned to cycling the next year. But it was in 1999 when he achieved his first Tour de France, the greatly prestigious and risky race in cycling.
Armstrong came to be a household name. He became a reason, a movement.
He gained a victory in the Tour de France seven times in one go before resigning at the age of 33. Armstrong came around years later, though not at a similar level of dominance and raced in a few big races before retiring again.
Lance Armstrong Career
- Before his 1999 Tour de France win, Armstrong had been cycling around the world for many years and was a triathlete as a youngster, after all. Just before his cancer treatment, Armstrong was gaining a victory race. In 1993, he won the Thrift Drug Classic in Pittsburgh.
- In 1999, his first tour de France victory was propelled in part by four stage wins. He beat Alex Zülle, the second-place finisher, by 7 minutes and 37 seconds.
- In 2001, Armstrong again beat out beating Ullrich for the victory, by 6 minutes and 44 seconds.
- In 2002, Armstrong took top honors over Joseba Beloki of Spain by 7 minutes.
- Again in 2003, Armstrong beat Ullrich by just a few minutes.
- In 2004, he gained his record-setting sixth Tour de France, completing 6 minutes and 19 seconds along with German cyclist Andreas Klöden.
Armstrong again won in 2005 — and then announced he would be resigning to use time with his family and devoting his efforts to his cancer organization.
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