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THE TOUR’S PIONEER

t didn’t matter that Nicole Cooke had never ridden up Mont Ventoux before stage 5 of the Grande Boucle Féminine Internationale, the women’s equivalent of the Tour de France, in 2006. She had only ever studied it on a map. She’d never even driven it in a car. Yet by the time the peloton

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