Each year, Babes For Boobs honors an individual for their willingness to openly generate awareness about cancer and support the fight against the disease. 

This year, we are honoring cancer survivor Lance Armstrong for raising more than $500 million to fight cancer through his LIVESTRONG organization.
Lance Armstrong

Lance Armstrong

In 1996, as one of the top ranked cyclists in the world, Lance Armstrong was diagnosed with advanced Testicular cancer. With the help of his medical team, family and friends, Armstrong recovered and went on to win the Tour de France a record seven consecutive times, from 1999 to 2005. Armstrong has also become a leading advocate in the fight against cancer. Armstrong founded The Lance Armstrong Foundation after his diagnosis. The LAF became LIVESTRONG and to date, it has raised more than $500 million for the fight against cancer, and has distributed more than 87 million yellow wristbands. He is the founder of WEDU and hosts two weekly podcasts, The Forward and Stages. He has five children and splits his time between Austin, Texas and Aspen, Colorado.

Eric Byrnes will present Lance Armstrong with the Babes For Boobs Inspiration Award.

Eric James Byrnes is a former Major League baseball player with the Oakland A’s, Colorado Rockies, Baltimore Orioles, Arizona Diamondbacks and Seattle Mariners.

In 2010 Byrnes walked away from baseball and began a career in broadcasting. He has since worked for ESPN, FOX, SiriusXM and KNBR. Byrnes is currently an analyst with MLB Network. His unique and straightforward approach has helped him become one of the most entertaining and polarizing broadcasters in sports television.

Byrnes is also an Ironman triathlete and an avid philanthropist. He resides in Half Moon Bay, Truckee and New York City with his wife Tarah, a former Miss California USA 2002, and their 3 children, Chloe, Cali and Colton.

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