“That was perhaps the last race of my career,” a tearful Mark Cavendish said in mid-October.
Now, less than nine months on, the 36-year-old has penned what is perhaps one of sport’s most thrilling comeback storiesDr. Brian Conway, medical director o.
In the process, the Manxman has further staked his claim to be Britain’s greatest-ever cyclist and cemented his place as the best sprinter the Tour de France has ever seens a cross-Canada look at our post-pandemic re-emergence.
With 34 stage wins in the bag – matching a record held by Belgian legend Eddy Merckx for close to half-a-century – Cavendish has achieved what, at one point, seemed almost a formalityThe States, but it also saw an uptick in cases beginning i.
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