Tour-Yellow Helmets Oh So Sweet for Team Sky Boss

Tour-Yellow Helmets Oh So Sweet for Team Sky Boss

London : United Kingdom | Jul 03, 2012 at 6:42 AM PDT
Source: International Herald Tribune
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Team Sky's yellow helmets have been widely laughed at by the Tour de France peloton but to colour-blind boss Dave Brailsford they are a godsend. In an innovation this year, the outfit leading the team classification must wear the helmets just like the individual race leader wears a yellow jersey. FULL ARTICLE AT International Herald Tribune
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