21 Days to Glory: The Official Team Sky Story of the 2012 Tour de France

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HarperCollins, 2012 - Sports & Recreation - 191 pages
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The official, illustrated, insider story of how the 2012 Tour de France was won, from Team Sky. With stunning photos from Scott Mitchell and exclusive interviews with the main players this is a must-have for all cycling fans.

-21 Days to Glory' tells the story of the victorious 2012 Tour de France campaign from behind-the-scenes at Team Sky.

With stunning illustrations from acclaimed official Tour photographer, Scott Mitchell, as well as exclusive contributions from all the major players in the team, including Bradley Wiggins, Mark Cavendish and Dave Brailsford, this is a unique insight into one of the great British sporting successes as told by one of the most successful teams of recent years.

It is a stunning and fascinating must-have book for all fans of the Tour de France and anyone who has been captivated by the heroics of Team Sky

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Review: 21 Days to Glory: The Official Team Sky Book of the 2012 Tour de France

User Review  - Barry Bridges - Goodreads

Excellent account of the first British dominated Tour De France. Split in two sections with the first part giving an account of the teams operation over the three weeks and the second giving detail of the actual cycling. Looking forward to the sequel Another 21 Days!! Read full review

Review: 21 Days to Glory: The Official Team Sky Book of the 2012 Tour de France

User Review  - Martin Bacon - Goodreads

A nice book to have if you are a cycling fan and especially a SKY Team fan. Nice photos and quite interesting but would have liked to know a bit more about the work and people behind the scenes such as the mechanics. Read full review

About the author (2012)

Since its inception in 2009, Team Sky's aim was "To win the Tour de France within 5 years". Sky achieved that goal in 2012 when Bradley Wiggins won the 2012 Tour de France, becoming the first British winner in its history, while fellow Briton Chris Froome finished as the runner up.

Scott Mitchell's stunning and intimate photography became a highlight of the 2012 Tour's coverage - offering a unique insight into the workings of a Tour-winning Team in action.

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