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Fausto Coppi

Legendary cyclist remembered to be a five-time Giro d’Italia winner along with a two-time Tour de France winner. His greatness gained him the nickname “Il Campionissimo,” signifying “Champ of Champions,” in his indigenous Italy. He gained his racing permit in 1938 and gained his first competition at Castelleto d’Orba. He was used by the United kingdom being a prisoner of battle during World Battle II. His parents are Domenico Coppi and Angiolina Boveri. He and Spanish cyclist Miguel Indurain are both winners from the Tour de France.

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