Even if you don't read French, Paul Ohl says of the new Louis Cyr website, "It will probably be of interest to many, no matter what language it is in."
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"The site commemorates the 110th anniversary of the famous backlift (May 27, 1895, at the Austin and Stone's Museum, Boston) and the 150th anniversary of the founding of St-Jean-de-Matha, the home of Louis Cyr," Ohl explained.
Paul Ohl is the author of what he describes as the first "official biography of Louis Cyr," a 636-page book entitled LOUIS CYR, UNE -POP-E L-GENDAIRE.
Details on this book are also available on the website.