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The Curse of the Rainbow Jersey: Cycling's Most Infamous Superstition

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The Curse of the Rainbow Jersey is a peculiar lens on the history of professional cycling. It examines the infamous curse associated with wearers of the tunic awarded to the winner of the World Cycling Championships.

The opening chapters look at how the curse originated with the death of Stan Ockers in 1955, other famous sports curses (including Curse of the Bambino, the US
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Paperback, 272 pages
Published May 21st 2013 by Breakaway Books (first published April 2nd 2013)
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