A Life Without Limits has ratings and reviews. Heather said: I love Chrissie Wellington’s story but I didn’t love this book. I felt like she co. For an accident-prone “normal girl from Norfolk” who didn’t run a serious race until she was 25, Chrissie Wellington has done pretty well for. The amazing life story of Britain’s world conquering triathlete, Chrissie Wellington . Chrissie Wellington is the world’s No 1 female Ironman.
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To ask other readers questions about A Life Without Limitsplease sign up. She is a welcome change to the ego-centric rock-star status athletes. I knew nothing about Chrissie Wellington before I started this book other than that she is an athlete, wellinhton that this book was supposedly great motivation for self-improvement. Story had interesting bits but spent too long on non-triathlon stuff and was repetitive.
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Really absorbing and interesting and had us hooked from start to finish. Motivierend Einfach nur motivierend und inspirierend! Try puzzles from the world puzzle championships, where teams linits solvers from all around the world compete to find that year’s fastest and best puzzle solver.
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Iron man is a grueling endurance sport. In being wellignton ordinary on one side and outstandingly adamant and focused on the other side, she stands out as a very inspiring athlete whose life story so far is exciting and funny to read.
Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Chrissie Wellington was as new to triathlon as I was, it seemed. Simply throwing money and people at them does absolutely nothing if these countries don’t want to solve their own problems.
Her burgeoning interest in corporate law took a backseat to environmental-development work and concurrent marathon runs, which served to fuel an interest in triathlon training in Nepal and assorted adventures honing her craft in Switzerland. Brett picked up on her eating disorder right away, and Chrissie had to deal with it; she was very open about it in the book This is inspiring in of itself; she had a terrible emotional disability, and from what I know from friends who have battled eating disorders, it’s a lifelong struggle.
But to Wellington, the drama of the sports also presents an opportunity to use sports to improve people’s lives. Great inspiration for Athletes Start was little slow but it picked up the pace after certain period when she started her training with Bret.
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Learn more about Amazon Prime. The only annoyance I had – which frequently popped up in the book – was the constant harping of the need to feel like she’s making a difference in the developing world. Chrissie Wellington is a role model juxtaposing the in-your-face arena of public figures.
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Aug 14, Ericka rated it it was amazing. Probably the best written autobiography I’ve come across makes a very aithout change from the usual cat-sat-on-the-mat writing style particularly prevalent with sport related books. One could hope that she stays retired and leaves her unbeaten streak intact. Chrissie Wellington aka Muppet offers withojt close look at the bumpy business side of the triathlon sport, detailed info on digestion and injury and – which makes up the biggest part of this book – the private live, thoughts and feelings of a very charming and funny person.
She was inspiring and I definitely felt her emotions as if I was going through it with her. Difficult Women by Roxane Gay. That’s why I picked it up, and xhrissie never happened.
Hardcoverpages. The Muppet Show A very honest and straight forward deep insight into the world of an ironman champion.
It feels like she wrote half of the book very unsure of herself as a writer, and in the second wihhout came out of her shell to be real. Her writing is dry and straightforward, nothing engaging. However a bout of severe sickness on the eve of the event meant she was unable to make the start line to defend her title.
She was unassuming and fresh, and didn’t sound arrogant or even believing she had actually won the world championship.