Top positive review
on 28 August 2017
An exceptional story. Chrissie Wellington doesn't feel that she was cut out for sports, in her childhood. The autobiography contained within this book begs to differ. It describes her life before triathlon and through to her 4th Ironman world championship; including raw details of the trials faced getting there.. The character of the book is unassuming and modest. There is also a nice chapter about some of the people who have, themselves, inspired Chrissie. An inspiring read and well worth reading.