Felice Gimondi, cyclist who won all three grand tours – of France, Spain and Italy – but was dubbed ‘the eternal runner-up’
Felice Gimondi, who has died aged 76, was one of the great names of road cycling in the Sixties and Seventies and only the second man to win all three of the sport’s grand tours – of France, Spain and
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Italian cycling great Felice Gimondi, one of only seven riders to have won all three Grand Tours, has died at the age of 76 after suffering a heart attack while swimming in Sicily on Friday. Gimondi won