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CYCLING WEEKLY|September 02, 2021
Phil Thomas wins titles not hearts

The big story of the week was Phil Thomas taking the overall victory at the Kellogg’s Championship. However, it wasn’t a popular win. Thomas was booed at both the final two rounds of the crit series in Cleveland and Glasgow.

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