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  • 16.07.13

    Platzregen - a True Story

    Marc Locatelli's comic strip tells the true story of his childhood encounter with Ferdi Kübler. 

Platzregen1Platzregen2Platzregen3Platzregen4 Platzregen6 Ferdinand "Ferdi" Kübler, 93, is the oldest surviving Tour de France winner. His victory in 1950 was followed by the World Championship title the following year.  A fast finish helped him rack up over 400 career wins, making him a national hero in his native Switzerland.

This is a true story, published in Rouleur issue 29. See more of Marc's work here.

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