Even before Stage 14, most pundits were declaring the 2002 Tour de France Lance's race to lose. At the top of Mont Ventoux, all but the most partisan fans knew that it was over! By stretching his overall lead from 2:28 to 4:21 over his nearest rival, only an angry mob could have torn the yellow jersey away from the legendary Texas rider. The classless French fans yelling dopé, dopé would have loved to tear the shirt off his back, but their ridiculous chant only served to strengthen the resolve of Armstrong, who has survived far worse than name-calling in his most inspirational life.
From the incredible Graham Watson collection, this stunning poster features the steely resolve of sport's most successful cancer survivor, climbing the French Alps for all who have suffered adversity in their lives. A beautiful addition to the wall of any fan!