Jeremy Whittle

Cycling Correspondent for the Times of London

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Cycling Correspondent for the Times of London and author of Le Tour: A Century of the Tour De France

Jeremy Whittle on KCRW

The  17th stage  of the  Tour de France  began this
morning with no rider wearing the yellow jersey. Leader  Michael Rasmussen  was
fired for lying to his team. Two other teams have…

Doping Disgrace at the Tour de France

The 17th stage of the Tour de France began this morning with no rider wearing the yellow jersey. Leader Michael Rasmussen was fired for lying to his team. Two other teams have…

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