The Tour De France, 1903-2003: A Century of Sporting Structures, Meanings and Values
Hugh Dauncey, Geoff Hare
Routledge, Aug 2, 2004 - Sports & Recreation - 290 pages
This book analyses the Tour de France over its long history both as France's most prestigious and famous sporting event and as a European and, increasingly, a world cycling competition.
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