By Chrissie Wellington
In 2007, Chrissie Wellington surprised the triathlon international by way of successful the Ironman global Championships in Hawaii. As a newcomer to the game and an entire unknown to the click, Chrissie's win shook up the game. A lifestyles with no LIMITS is the tale of her upward push to the head, a trip that has taken her all over the world, from a adolescence in England, to the mountains of Nepal, to the oceans of latest Zealand, and the paths of Argentina, and primary around the end line.
Wellington's first-hand, inspiring tale comprises all of the remarkable demanding situations she has faced--from anorexia to near--drowning to education with a arguable trainer. yet to Wellington, the drama of the activities additionally provides a chance to exploit activities to enhance people's lives.
A lifestyles with no LIMITS unearths the guts at the back of Wellington's luck, besides the nutrition, education and motivational concepts that retain her facing one of many world's so much grueling occasions.
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