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The 2003 British cycling team was a disaster.

Since 1908, they’ve won one gold Olympic medal. They haven’t won a single Tour de France in 110 years.

They were so bad that some bike manufacturers refused to sell them bikes because they thought it would hurt their image. Imagine that.




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