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  1. Pro Cycling - Tour de France
    Peter Sagan (SVK) of Liquigas-Cannondale made Amgen Tour of California history today by winning the Stage 3 of the 2012 race, marking his third consecutive stage win in as many days. The 22-year-old rider, once again, outsprinted Garmin-Barracuda's Heinrich Haussler (AUS), and Tom Boonen (BEL)...
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    Stage 3 Top 10 1. Greg Henderson Sky Procycling - 5:14:29 2. Juan José Haedo Saxo Bank Sungard 3. Thor Hushovd Team Garmin-Cervelo 4. Peter Sagan Liquigas-Cannondale 5. Leigh Howard HTC-Highroad 6. Kevin Lacombe Team Spidertech Powered By C10 7. Robert Förster...
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    (AP) RAPALLO, Italy - Spaniard Angel Vicioso (Androni) dominated a five-man escape group to win the third stage of the Giro d'Italia Monday, with Britain's David Millar, of Garmin, taking the race leader's pink jersey. Vicioso produced a winning burst in the final metres of the stage to beat...
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    Stage 1 - South Lake Tahoe to North Lake Tahoe-Northstar at Tahoe Resort The 2011 Amgen Tour of California's overall start will begin on the south shore of Lake Tahoe, one of the most beautiful locations in all of the state. The race will roll-out through the Host City of South Lake Tahoe and...
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    By Justin Davis (AFP) ADELAIDE, Australia - HTC-Highroad's Matthew Goss reclaimed the leader's ochre jersey at the Tour Down Under as fellow Australian Michael Matthews romped to victory in stage three. Goss on Thursday started the 129-kilometre (80-mile) stage from Unley to Stirling in the...
  6. Pro Cycling - Tour de France
    By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Philippe Gilbert of Belgium pulled ahead in the overall standings in the Vuelta a España, using a strong surge to the finish line on a sweltering afternoon to win the hilly third stage from Marbella to Malaga. Tejay Van Garderen, a young American in his first grand tour...
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    Defending Champion Levi Leipheimer Takes Second Place in the Stage and Moves Up in General Classification to Third Place Overall SANTA CRUZ, CA - In a stage that exemplified the beautiful scenery and challenging terrain of California that make the state the perfect setting for a professional...
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    David Zabriskie (USA), General Classification Leader; First Place, Stage 3 Garmin-Transitions On winning the Amgen Leader Jersey: "I've been a runner up, but I've never won a stage here. I've never touched the Amgen Leader Jersey since the Amgen Tour of California started. Just to touch this...
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    Garmin's Dave Zabriskie outsprints HTC-Columbia's Michael Rogers for the stage win Stage 3 Results 1 David Zabriskie Garmin-Transitions - 4:26:09 2 Michael Rogers Team HTC-Columbia 3 Levi Leipheimer Team Radioshack 4 Peter Sagan Liquigas-Doimo 0:00:17 5 Rory Sutherland Unitedhealthcare...
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    Quickstep's Wouter Weylandt sprinted to a stage 3 win, after another chaotic and crash filled day. Cadel Evans in the maglia rosa. Stage 3 Results 1 Wouter Weylandt Quick Step - 5:00:06 2 Graeme Brown Rabobank 3 Robert Forster Team Milram 4 Danilo Hondo Lampre-Farnese Vini 5 Adam...
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    Team Columbia-HTC takes advantage of a lax peloton and breaks away. Delivering their sprinter Mark Cavendish to the line for another win, Cavendish's second win in just as many days. Lance Armstrong finished with the break away group and moves up 7 spots to third overall. Fabian Cancellara...
  13. Pro Cycling - Tour de France
    .!. (AP) - Alessandro Petacchi of Italy won his second straight stage Monday to take the overall lead in the Giro d'Italia. Petacchi covered the 198-kilometer (123-mile) third stage from Grado to Valdobbiadene at the footsteps of the Dolomite Range in 4 hours, 45 minutes, 27 seconds to...
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