Something amazing happened this past weekend.
If you are an American, you probably have not heard about it. You probably don't know who did it or what he did. And until you clicked on this article, you probably didn't care. But you should.
Sepp Kuss won the Vuelta a España.
Who? Did what now?
Kuss is a 29-year-old professional cyclist from Durango, Colorado. On Sunday, he won one of the three major "grand tours" in road cycling. The others are the more famous Tour de France and the Giro d'Italia. All are grueling, three-week races across the flatlands and mountainous terrain of their eponymous nations. The Spanish tour is the last of the three, and this year it had the most difficult and demanding route.
What's so remarkable about Kuss winning is that he has devoted his career to helping other cyclists win these grand tours ...
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