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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does Lance attempt to do in between chemotherapy cycles?
(a) Write a book.
(b) Negotiate new contracts.
(c) Mend his broken heart.
(d) Ride his bike.
2. Where do Lance and Kik marry?
(a) Santa Barbara.
(b) Santa Rosa.
(c) San Antonio.
(d) San Diego.
3. When Lance makes his official racing comeback in the United States, his teammate wins the race and Lance places:
4. What race do Kik and friends get Lance to commit to before he gives it all up?
(a) USA Cycling Cross Country Tour in Colorado Springs.
(b) US Pro Championships in Philadelphia.
(c) USA Pro National Tour in Atlanta.
(d) US Cycling Nationals in Bend.
5. What is the Amstel Gold Race?
(a) A prestigious race in Portugal.
(b) One of the races leading up to the Tour de France.
(c) A race showcasing celebrity cyclists.
(d) A benefit race for cancer awareness.
Short Answer Questions
1. When Lance returns to racing as a cancer survivor, what does he struggle with?
2. In the "Kik" chapter, what does Lance pour his time and energy into?
3. Who is Alain Bondue?
4. How do Kik and Lance end up spending more and more time together?
5. What is required for Kik to get pregnant?
Short Essay Questions
1. Describe how Lance Armstrong and his mentor, Jim Hoyt, reconcile.
2. After Lance and Kik marry, where does Lance finally make his official racing return?
3. Who is Kik, and how does Lance meet her?
4. After Cofidis dissolves Lance's contract, who offers Lance a racing contract?
5. Describe Lance's first interactions with Kik.
6. Describe Lance's chemotherapy treatment.
7. How do Lance's friends and manager react when he wants to quit racing completely and make an official announcement?
8. Who is LaTrice, and how does she help Lance?
9. When Lance works on getting his foundation going, why is he reluctant to ride competitively again?
10. What does Lance say about children -- in particular, children with cancer?
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