23 Days In July: Inside Lance Armstrong's Record-Breaking Victory in the Tour de France

23 Days In July: Inside Lance Armstrong's Record-Breaking Victory in the Tour de France by John Wilcockson
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ISBN
9780719567179
Date Released
Binding
Paperback
Pages
320
Dimensions
126 x 197mm
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Can Lance Armstrong, winner of five consecutive Tours de France, do the impossible and win a sixth?

Expert reporter John Wilcockson follows the most challenging, popular annual sports event ever in 2004. The three-week Tour de France, the world's most challenging athletic endeavour, is also the biggest and most popular annual sports event in the world. In July 2003 a global audience was enthralled by an edge-of-the-seat battle for the Tour championship between Texan Lance Armstrong and his German rival Jan ‘the Kaiser’ Ullrich. Insiders say it was one of the most riveting races in Tour history. But the 2004 race promises to be even more extraordinary: Lance Armstrong has now won five consecutive Tours, but in the 100-year history of the event no one has ever won six.
ISBN:
9780719567179
Publication Date:
01 / 08 / 2010
Pages:
320
Dimensions:
126 x 197mm

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