In 2003 Lance Armstrong won the coveted Centenary Tour de France. It was the most compelling of his six Tour victories and cemented his reputation as one of the greatest individual talents in sporting history. Yet without the formidable team assembled to support him -his "domestiques" -victory would have been impossible. Brilliant athletes in their own right, these riders sacrifice their own ambitions for their team leader. At the Centenary Tour, Armstrong's Colombian teammate, Victor Hugo Pena, found himself in the yellow jersey and the spotlight of history. A significant Other sees the Centenary Tour through Pena's eyes and celebrates the unsung heroes of the sport.