July 09, 2007
King of the Mountains. In Kent? Shorely shome mishtake.
This is why we don't tend to have the Tour de France in Britain (apart from Britain not being France, presumably):
Twenty-three years after his namesake, Robert Millar, won the King of the Mountains classification in the Tour, David Millar, the time-trial specialist, reversed roles and became a climber for a day, pulling on the Tour’s polka dot jersey for best climber at the finish in Canterbury. (The Times)
Next time I hope to see them exit Britain via Norfolk. King of the Mountains?!
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