Lance Armstrong says he dumped his fiancee Sheryl Crow because they were ‘up against her biological clock’ and he was not ready to have more children.
The Tour de France legend abruptly informed the beautiful rocker in 2006 that he was ending their three-year relationship.
Because if somebody wants a child – man, that’s the greatest gift you can give a woman.
Once counted amongst the most illustrious and influential athletes of the 21st century, he became the first American to win the Classico San Sebastian and was ranked as the No.1 cyclist in the world, in 1996.
Stricken with a potentially fatal metastatic testicular cancer at the height of his career, he fought all odds to defeat the disease and emerged a survivor.
He accomplished much during his glorious career as a cyclist and retired from racing at the end of the 2005 Tour de France.
He returned to competitive cycling a few years later, finishing third in the 2009 Tour de France.