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  1. General Cycling Discussion
    Serguei Ivanov of Team Katusha broke away from a 13 man group of breakaway riders to solo to his second ever tour stage win. American George Hincapie looked as though he all but had the yellow jersey, but missed out on the jersey by only 5 seconds when the peloton ramped up the pace near end of...
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    Mark Cavendish strengthened his grip on the Tour de France sprints when he won the 11th stage on Wednesday to equal Barry Hoban's British record of eight victories in the world's greatest race. The Isle of Man rider outsprinted American Tyler Farrar and Yauheni Hutarovich of Belarus to win his...
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    Team Columbia-HTC's Mark Cavendish sprinted to his third stage win at this years Tour de France at the end of a technology free stage 10. Lead out by Mark Renshaw, Cavendish admitted even he thought he may have started the sprint too soon, but it didn't matter, because green jersey holder Thor...
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    Former French champion Pierrick Fedrigo won the 160.5-km ninth stage of the Tour de France, from St Gaudens to Tarbes on Sunday. His breakaway companion Franco Pellizotti of Italy was second while Spaniard Oscar Freire outsprinted the main bunch to snatch third place. Stage 9 Results 1...
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    Caisse d'Epargne's Luis Leon Sanchez outsprinted his breakaway companions to win Stage 8 of this year's Tour de France, a 176.5-km stage from Andorra to St Girons, the tour's second day in the Alps. Sanchez's team-mate Oscar Pereiro, the 2006 Tour winner, abandoned today as well. Rinaldo...
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    Rinaldo Nocentini claimed the yellow jersey on a day race favorite Alberto Contador flexed his muscles in the Tour de France's first mountain stage. France's Brice Feillu won stage seven, a 224km hike from Barcelona to Andorra, but it is what went on just behind the gutsy Agritubel rider that...
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    Stage 7 top-five finishers: 1) Rinaldo Nocentini (ITA), AG2R La Mondiale 2) Hayden Roulston (NZL), Cervelo Test Team 3) Pieter Weening (NED), Rabobank 4) Markus Zberg (SUI), BMC Racing Team 5) Martin Elmiger (SUI), AG2R La Mondiale Post Stage 7 Quotes - I don't think this race has been given...
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