Mark Cavendish is born a winner. Mark doesn't do the also-ran. Mark does whatever needs to be done to win. If that means hiding in the pack, saving every last tiny piece of energy for 200km or more out on the road then that's what he will do. If you told him he had to dig a 20 km tunnel with his bare hands to be in with a chance of winning the race then he'd set about it in the same self-contained energy efficient manner. Storing the energy, protecting the desire, keeping under wraps the power required to produce the explosive burst needed to scatter the peloton all over the track. With Mark Cavendish, no matter what it takes - failure is not an option. He embodies the ethos of winning
Portrait of a modern day hero - No 5.
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