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FILE - In this June 9, 1999 file photo Ferdy Kuebler, Swiss cycling legend, is pictured in Birmensdorf, Switzerland. Kuebler, who came back from injury and the interruption of World War II to win the 1950 Tour de France died on Thursday, Dec. 29, 2016 at the age of 97. (Martin Ruetschi/Keystone via AP file)
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  • FILE - In this June 9, 1999 file photo Ferdy Kuebler, Swiss cycling legend, is pictured in Birmensdorf, Switzerland. Kuebler, who came back from injury and the interruption of World War II to win the 1950 Tour de France died on Thursday, Dec. 29, 2016 at the age of 97. (Martin Ruetschi/Keystone via AP file)

    Ferdy Kuebler, 1950 Tour de France champion, dies at 97

    LONDON (AP) — Ferdy Kuebler, who came back from injury and the interruption of World War II to win the 1950 Tour de France, has died. He was 97. The Swiss won an epic battle with French rider Louison Bobet in the 1950 race, and became world champion the following year. Andre Haefliger, the chief […]
  • FILE - In this Sunday, Nov. 20, 2016 file photo, former Tour de France winner and Olympic Gold medalist Britain's Bradley Wiggins greets spectators prior to competing in the six day race at  the Kuipke velodrome in Ghent, Belgium, Sunday, Nov. 20, 2016. Wiggins announced his retirement from professional cycling on Wednesday, Dec. 28, 2016.  (AP Photo/Peter Dejong, File)

    Former Tour de France champ Wiggins retires from cycling

    Bradley Wiggins announced his retirement from cycling on Wednesday, ending an illustrious career in which he won a British-record eight Olympic medals and became his country’s first winner of the Tour de France. The 36-year-old Wiggins posted a statement on his Facebook and Instagram pages, alongside a picture of his collected race jerseys, medals and […]