We mostly hear the stories about the struggles, wins, fame, and achievements of the sports icons and get inspired to follow their footsteps. The journey and the evolution to become an inspiration for many is a difficult task for anyone, these real heroes are no exception. However, some set examples before the world with their passion, progress and achievements whereas some fall apart, succumbing to the pressure. Here, we bring to you some of the stories depicting the perfect rises and the perfect falls of sports personalities:
Lance Armstrong: The former professional road-racing cycling icon, Lance Armstrong is considered as a fighter in the world of sports. Armstrong is the 1993 professional world champion and won the Tour de France for a record seven consecutive years (1999 to 2005). He was a cancer survivor who inspired the world with his path-breaking comeback in sports. However, in 2012, he was banned from Olympic sports due to the long-term doping offenses which were proven against him.
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Even though these players had a different destiny, yet they will always be the best in their sport and time. Share us your thoughts regarding players who have been your inspiration in sports.