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Porte supported Froome all the way to the line

Porte supported Froome all the way to the line

.........Federico Bahamontes, TdF, 1954

.........Federico Bahamontes, TdF, 1954

The sprint to the line went to Kittel on the Champs-Elysees. July 21, Stage 21: Versailles - Paris - Champs-Elysées 133.5km Stage 21

The sprint to the line went to Kittel on the Champs-Elysees. July 21, Stage 21: Versailles - Paris - Champs-Elysées 133.5km Stage 21

Gino Bartali a Star Athlete winning the Tour de France before and after WW11 But It wasn’t until after his death that his family discovered he had been a member of the Italian Resistance movement during WWII, and was instrumental in helping Italian Jews escape to safety from German occupied Italy.    He used his fame as a racer to act as a courier    On his training rides, he would smuggle forged documents, hidden on his bike, to and from various convents where the Jewish fugitives were…

Gino Bartali a Star Athlete winning the Tour de France before and after WW11 But It wasn’t until after his death that his family discovered he had been a member of the Italian Resistance movement during WWII, and was instrumental in helping Italian Jews escape to safety from German occupied Italy. He used his fame as a racer to act as a courier On his training rides, he would smuggle forged documents, hidden on his bike, to and from various convents where the Jewish fugitives were…

A split-second decision by Michael Rogers led to Saxo-Tinkoff blowing the lead group apart in the final hour of stage 13

A split-second decision by Michael Rogers led to Saxo-Tinkoff blowing the lead group apart in the final hour of stage 13

IVan Drago takes his second stage of the Tour. No, wait, it's Marcel Kittel

IVan Drago takes his second stage of the Tour. No, wait, it's Marcel Kittel

Cavendish on his way to the win, while in the distance a crash unfolds  Photo: © Bettini Photo

Cavendish on his way to the win, while in the distance a crash unfolds Photo: © Bettini Photo

They're behind you . . .

They're behind you . . .

Doesn't get much more iconic than that

Doesn't get much more iconic than that

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