You likely know the Tour de France bike race consists of 21 day-long
segments over a 23-day period and covers around 2,200 miles. Here’s a fun
fact about the Tour: the smallest winning margin in the history of the race
was 8 seconds by American Greg LeMond in 1989.
Can you imagine? After 23 grueling days, mere seconds separate victory and
Pastoring is not a competitive sport like the Tour de France, of course.