How I Won the Yellow Jumper: Dispatches from the Tour de France (Paperback)Ned Boulting (author)
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Publisher: Vintage Publishing
Number of pages: 416
Weight: 383 g
Dimensions: 198 x 129 x 30 mm
"His journey from self confessed 'football hack winging it in a sport beyond his ken' to his initiation into the Tour's nuances and eccentric characters delivers an amusing, warm and easy read" * London Cyclist *
"A candid, insightful and often hilarious account" -- Alastair Campbell
"I thought Ned was an old hand at the Tour. Evidently he was clueless... Told with panache" -- David Millar
"Hugely enjoyable... Brilliant" -- Ben East * Metro *
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I am a relative newcomer to the Tour de France but I absolutely love it. For me it heralds the start of the summer and I feel bereft once it is over for another year. This book by Ned Boulting is the perfect... More
“How I Won the Yellow Jumper”
Living in a household where both my husband and son watch any sport that’s available - football, cricket, rugby even golf, I have to endure a lot of sport even though I am not a great supporter.
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“Great read, must for all cycling and Tour fans”
I have watched the Tour on Channel 4 and now ITV 4 for many many years now, and read as much about the sport and the riders as I can. It was nice to read up on the view from the journalist.
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