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William Fotheringham (born 1965) is a sports writer specialising in cycling and rugby. As a newspaper journalist he writes for The Guardian.[1] Fotheringham was a features editor for Cycling Weekly, and the first editor of Cycle Sport and Procycling magazine.[1] He is a current writer for Rouleur Magazine.[2]

A graduate of Cambridge University with a degree in French, Russian and Italian, Fotheringham won the IPC Media Specialist Writer of the Year award in 1993 and 1998.[1]

He was also a racing cyclist for nearly 30 years.[2] He is described by Rapha as being "one of the finest writers in the ‘Pro Tour’ pressroom".[3]

He is the brother of fellow cycling journalist Alasdair Fotheringham.[4]

Books by Fotheringham[edit]

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  1. ^ a b c "Guardian contacts". The Guardian. 
  2. ^ a b "William Fotheringham". Rouleur Magazine. 
  3. ^ "Rouleur Magazine". Rapha. 
  4. ^ Cleverly, Ian (4 July 2012). "On the Shelf". Rouleur (magazine). Retrieved 16 April 2014. 

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