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Mark Cavendish pens second book on his career

Published December 23, 2013
BOULDER, CO (BRAIN) — Cyclist Mark Cavendish has written a second book, At Speed: My Life in the Fast Lane

The new VeloPress title follows Cav's debut book, Boy Racer, and looks at what it took to become the winningest Tour sprinter in history. The book examines the plan that led to his world championship victory, reveals the personal toll of his sacrifice that helped teammate Bradley Wiggins become the U.K.'s first-ever Tour de France winner, and confesses his bitter disappointment at the London Olympic Games.

The 288-page paperback has a color photo section. MSRP: $18.95. 
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