John Wilcockson

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John Wilcockson is a British sports journalist and author who has covered professional cycling for over 40 years, reporting on major cycling events for NPR and the BBC World Service, and publishing articles in The New York Times, Outside, Men’s Journal and The Times, among others.[1] Wilcockson was previously editor of VeloNews and has written 12 books on professional cycling, including 23 Days in July, one of ESPN’s Top 10 Sports Books of the Year, which documented Lance Armstrong's record-breaking sixth Tour de France victory in 2004.[2]

Wilcockson lives in Boulder, Colorado.[3]

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Citations
  1. ^ "John Wilcockson". Velopress.com. Retrieved December 24, 2012. 
  2. ^ "23 Days in July: Inside The Tour De France and Lance Armstrong's Record-Breaking Victory". Google Books. Google. Retrieved December 24, 2012. 
  3. ^ "John Wilcockson". Velopress.com. Retrieved December 24, 2012. 
Bibliography
  • Wilcockson, John "23 Days in July: Inside The Tour De France and Lance Armstrong's Record-Breaking Victor" (2005) Da Capo Press, ISBN 978-9589393918