Liggett on Sherwen: ‘His legacy is that he entertained’

by Andrew Hood - December 3, 2018 - Velonews.com

After 33 years commentating the Tour de France alongside Paul Sherwen, Phil Liggett remembers his partner who died Sunday December 2, 2018 at 62.

One of sports television’s most recognizable duos broke apart abruptly. No one was more stung by the news of Paul Sherwen’s passing than his longtime commentating partner Phil Liggett.

“Phil and Paul,” as the pair were billed, became the voice of an entire generation of English-speaking fans discovering the magic of the Tour de France. Liggett was the smooth professional, Sherwen was his informed sidekick. They worked 33 editions of the Tour together.

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Cycling to extremes: Heart health and endurance sports

An important article, a cautionary tale for cyclists about heart health

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Hennessy Honors Unsung Cycling Hero in Ad Campaign

By Molly Hurford - Apr 17, 2018 - Bicycling.com

Marshall “Major” Taylor was not only the first African-American cyclist to take a World Champion title, he was also the second African-American athlete to win a world title in any sport.

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