Millie Robinson

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Mildred Jessie "Millie" Robinson (1924 - 1994) was a Manx road cyclist. Robinson was the holder of the world hour record in 1958.[1]

She was the winner of the first La Grande Boucle féminine internationale in 1955.[2] She competed at the 1959 UCI Road World Championships, in the women's road race event.[3]

Robinson was a Land Girl. She was also champion sheep shearer.

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  1. "Record de l'Heure féminin: Van Moorsel détrône Longo".
  2. "Women Leading Women: Why It Matters in Professional Cycling".
  3. "International Women's Day: 7 remarkable women who made their mark on cycling's history".

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