With Milano-Sanremo coming up this Saturday, take a look back at a historic double, won by Laurent Fignon in 1989.
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One was a rider known more for the Tour de France he lost than the two that he won. The other was a classics rider who won more accolades as a coach than for what he did on the bike. They are Laurent Fignon and Franco Ballerini, two well-respected figures in the cycling community who […]
John Wilcockson, VeloNews editor at large, recalls the late French champion.
French President Sarkozy, Bernard Hinault, Greg LeMond, Lance Armstrong and others pay tribute to the two-time Tour winner.
Two-time Tour de France winner Laurent Fignon has died at the age of 50 following a battle with cancer