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1969 Milk Race - Stage 12 Featured Cycling Print

1969 Milk Race - Stage 12

Road Cycling - 1969 Milk Race (Tour of Britain) - Stage Twelve: Scarborough (North Yorkshire) - South Shields (South Tyneside)
The riders cross a stream at Westerdale. Pictured are Switzerland's Ueli Sutter (#85), England's Martyn Roach (#16), Ireland's Noel Teggart (#76), Czechoslavakia's Rudolf Jancovic (#103).
24/05-07/06/1969
Cycling - British Milk race Tour of Britain 24/05/1969 to the 07/06/1969 at Westerdale - Yorkshire - England Stage 12 Scarborough to South Shields
Martyn Roach (16) - British National 50 mile time trial Champion

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Jean-Pierre Monsere - 1970 UCI Road World Championships Featured Cycling Print

Jean-Pierre Monsere - 1970 UCI Road World Championships

Cycling - 1970 UCI Road World Race Championships - Men's Professional Race
Race winner and new World Champion Jean-Pierre Monsere of Belgium, centre, with silver medalist Leif Mortensen of Denmark, left, and bronze medalist Felice Gimondi of Italy, right, at Mallory Park, Leicester.
Monsere, aged 21, was then the second-youngest world champion. Tragically he was killed the next year when he collided with a car during a race.
16/08/1970

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Men's Individual Pursuit, 4000m Medal Presentation - 1992 Barcelona Olympics - Men's Cycling Featured Cycling Print

Men's Individual Pursuit, 4000m Medal Presentation - 1992 Barcelona Olympics - Men's Cycling

Cycling - 1992 Barcelona Olympics - Men's Individual Pursuit, 4000m Medal Presentation
The medal winners on the podium in the Horta Velodrome, Barcelona, Spain. Left to right: New Zealand's Gary Anderson (bronze), Great Britain's Chris Boardman (gold), and Germany's Jens Lehmann (silver).
Boardman, riding a revolutionary new design of bike, broke the World Record in the earlier rounds. The final was ended, for the first time in Olympic history, by a capture as Boardman overtook Lehmann with a lap to go, an unheard of dominance at this level of competition

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