John Murray has written and edited books on a wide range of sports - from athletics to Aussie rules football, and from tennis to Test cricket - and for several different audiences, in particular young sports fans. He has worked for the sports desks of many newspapers (in England and further afield) and is currently Touchline's sports director. --Este texto se refiere a la edición paperback.. 'Chris was on top of the world. He had fulfilled his dream of winning the Tour de France, the sport's greatest race – but there was always a new challenge around the next corner.'Growing up in Kenya, the young Chris Froome loved cycling so much he built his own bike from spare parts so he could pound the roads in the blazing sunshine. This is the story of how Froome won the Tour de France, the hardest sporting test of them all – not just once, but three times.
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A great way to teach kids about becoming a champion I bought this for a friend's daughter (age 7) who loves the Tour de France, and particularly Chris Froome. I was impressed by the accessible language and how it gives such a good insight into the challenges he faced along the way, and how he overcame them. Because of that I think it would be a good read for any child, not just those who are into cycling
Brilliant Frome book Brilliant book about Frome - hubby loved it
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