"Wired to Win" in IMAX theatres

Française des Jeux riders Baden Cooke and Jimmy Casper are the main protagonists of "Wired to Win: Surviving the Tour de France," an IMAX film currently playing at the Museum of Science's Mugar Omni Theater in Boston. The 45-minute film, produced by Partners HealthCare, was shot during the 2003 Tour de France and focuses on the interaction of the human brain with the body in extremely strenuous circumstances.

"Wired" analyses how the human body adapts to high-stakes physical endeavour and gives a perfect view from inside the three-week race, which saw Casper calling it quits after a mass crash and Cooke finally taking the green jersey on the Champs Elysées.

For a full listing of venues throughout the United States, go to www.wiredtowinthemovie.com/.

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