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    Chris Horner (USA), First Place, Stage 4 Team RadioShack On respecting the Amgen Leader Jersey "We had Sky Procycling put a rider in the front with us because they have the Amgen Leader Jersey and we wanted to show respect for that. We rode with Ben King and Markel Irizar in the front and their...
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    1. Christopher Horner Team RadioShack - 3:27:51 2. Andy Schleck Leopard Trek - 0:01:15 3. Rory Sutherland UnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling 4. Levi Leipheimer Team RadioShack 5. Thomas Danielson Team Garmin-Cervelo - 0:01:22 6. Christian Vande Velde Team Garmin-Cervelo - 0:01:29 7...
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    (Reuters) - The Leopard Trek team led the peloton across the finish line on a neutralized stage four of the Giro d'Italia Tuesday as the race paid homage to Belgian Wouter Weylandt, who died in a crash the previous day. Stage 4 - Neutralized General Classification After Stage 4 1 David Millar...
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    Stage 4 - Livermore to San Jose Stage 4 is short, at just 81 miles, but what it lacks in distance it makes up with three grueling climbs. Two of the climbs are legendary in California lore. [youtube width="640" height="385"]httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qJozHvE7PHs Stage 5 - Seaside to Paso...
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    ADELAIDE, Australia (AP) - Multiple world champion Cameron Meyer of Australia seized the overall lead in the Tour Down Under after winning the fourth stage with an audacious breakaway. Riding for the U.S.-based Garmin-Cervelo team, Meyer was among a group of six riders Friday that attacked...
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    By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS VALDEPENAS DE JAEN, Spain - Igor Anton has given the Spanish Vuelta its first Spanish stage winner. He won a mountainous fourth leg Tuesday while Philippe Gilbert of Belgium remained the overall leader. Anton broke away 300 yards from the finish for a one-second...
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    Modesto, CA -Ken Hanson scored Team Type 1 its first top ten finish of the 2010 Amgen Tour of California after a grueling stage four took its toll on the team and the peloton. The day's affairs covered 121.5 miles between San Jose and Modesto, California, including two rated climbs and untold...
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    Francesco Chicchi (ITA), First Place, Stage 4 Liquigas-Doimo On today's win: "I had a really good start to the racing season [at the Tour of San Luis] in Argentina. I had a good 20 days of serious rest, and restarted with a strong desire to do well and certainly to win a stage at the Amgen...
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    David Zabriskie Retains the Amgen Leader Jersey for Second Day After Stage 4 of the 2010 Amgen Tour of California MODESTO. CA - Stage 4, one of the longest stages of the 2010 Amgen Tour of California, took the cyclists from San Jose to Modesto on a beautiful ride through the open land of...
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    Francesco Chicchi picks up his 5th win of the year, by winning the sprint of in Modesto Stage 4 Results 1 Francesco Chicchi Liquigas 2 J.J Haedo Saxo Bank 3 Mark Cavendish HTC-Columbia 4 Theo Bos Cervelo Test Team 5 Jonathan Cantwell Fly V Australia more to come... General Classification...
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    Astana displayed it's team dominance with a powerful win in the the Team Time Trial at the Tour de France today. Besting Garmin-Slipstream by 18 seconds, but more interestingly, beating Saxo Bank by just 40 seconds. Putting Lance Armstrong in second, right behind tour leader Fabian Cancellara by...
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    SAN MARTINO DI CASTROZZA, Italy (AP) - Italy's Danilo Di Luca has won the fourth stage of the Giro d'Italia in an uphill finish, with Lance Armstrong 15 seconds behind. Sweden's Thomas Lovkvist took the overall leader's pink jersey from Alessandro Petacchi of Italy on Tuesday. Di Luca of the...
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