The Line, by Richard Freeman

Richard Freeman comes to the aid of Bradley Wiggins as the Sky rider crashes out of the 2011 Tour th

Title: The Line – Where Medicine and Sport Collide Author: Richard Freeman (with Andrew Holmes, foreword by Sam Allardyce) Publisher: Wildfire Year: 2018 Pages: 326 Order: Headline What it is: The former British Cycling and Team Sky doctor indulges in a little bit of image management Strengths: If you’re looking for a cross between Inside Team Sky and The Team Sky Way then this is for you Weaknesses: The reclusive doctor has very little to say about the only thing people want to hear him talking about – the TUEs, the Jiffy bag, and the testosterone The line. It’s all about the line. The start. The finish. Making others aware of it. Going up to it. But never crossing it. Never crossing it? You’re not in the race if you don’t cross the start line. You can’t win the race if you don’t cross the finish line. Some lines, they’re ...

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