Fausto Coppi’S Valiant Budgie, Now The Oldest-Living Yellow-Jersey-Wearer

Supported by (AFP) – The oldest surviving wearer of the Tour de France leader’s yellow jersey, 93-year-old Jacques Marinelli, says he is still dining out on the achievement 70 years later. Marinelli led cycling’s biggest race for six days in 1949, as France was still rebuilding after World War II. The exploit would change his life forever, … The post Fausto Coppi’s valiant Budgie, now the oldest-living yellow-jersey-wearer appeared first on CyclingTips .

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