Saturday, July 25, 2020


On this day


In 1937 the 31st Tour de France was won by Roger Lapebie of France

In 1940 American John Sigmund began swimming for 89 hours, 46 minutes from St. Louis to Caruthersville, Missouri in the Mississippi River; 292 miles, longest solo swim of all time

In 1948 the 35th Tour de France, Italian cyclist Gino Bartali won both general and mountain classifications for the second time (1938)

In 1982 69th Tour de France was won by Bernard Hinault of France

In 1993 Tour de France, Spaniard Miguel Induráin made it 3 straight Tour titles; Djamolidine Abdoujaparov was the points winner

In 2004 91st Tour de France there was no winner (Lance Armstrong disqualified)

In 2010 97th Tour de France won by Andy Schleck of Luxembourg



Monde Zondeki

Monde Zondeki was born on 25th of July 1982 in King William's Town, Cape Province, South Africa. He is a South African cricketer who has played five Tests and seven One Day Internationals for South Africa. He plays first-class cricket for the Cape Cobras and Western Province. He plays first-class cricket for the Cape Cobras and Western Province. He also featured in three One Day Internationals for the African XI.
He is a fast bowler.

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