A Life Without Limits: A World Champion's Journey

A Life Without Limits: A World Champion's Journey


By (author) Chrissie Wellington, With Michael Aylwin

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  • Publisher: Center Street
  • Format: Paperback | 274 pages
  • Dimensions: 132mm x 198mm x 24mm | 260g
  • Publication date: 23 April 2013
  • Publication City/Country: Nashville
  • ISBN 10: 1455505587
  • ISBN 13: 9781455505586
  • Illustrations note: , colour illustrations
  • Sales rank: 154,813

Product description

In 2007, Chrissie Wellington shocked the triathlon world by winning the Ironman World Championships in Hawaii. As a newcomer to the sport and a complete unknown to the press, Chrissie's win shook up the sport. A LIFE WITHOUT LIMITS is the story of her rise to the top, a journey that has taken her around the world, from a childhood in England, to the mountains of Nepal, to the oceans of New Zealand, and the trails of Argentina, and first across the finish line. Wellington's first-hand, inspiring story includes all the incredible challenges she has faced--from anorexia to near--drowning to training with a controversial coach. But to Wellington, the drama of the sports also presents an opportunity to use sports to improve people's lives. A LIFE WITHOUT LIMITS reveals the heart behind Wellington's success, along with the diet, training and motivational techniques that keep her going through one of the world's most grueling events.

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Author information

Chrissie Wellington is a quadruple World Ironman Champion (2007, 2008, 2009, and 2011). Prior to her athletic career, she worked for the UK Government (the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs - Defra) as an advisor on international development policy.

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"Empowering and suitably commemorative." ---Kirkus Reviews