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Looks like he has a case of the cadel's from the Tour of Elk Grove:
The team put Hilton's younger brother Johnny on the front as well as Ben Day and sprinter Ivan Dominquez to work for their two best GC riders – the elder Clarke and Canadian Dominque Rollin. The team had control up until a half-lap to go when Kelly Benefits took over with their well organized lead-out. But in the final turn, Alex Candelario lost control and slid out, taking many riders with him.
"I was doing a little two wheel drifting and that curb came up a little too quickly!" he said. "I was second off of Lacombe and we were trying to lead Vellieux out for the 20 second time bonus." The result was most of the leading riders down and the field held up, except for Clarke and Vellieux.
"I was the first one behind Kelly Benefits," said Clarke. "To tell you the truth but those guys always ride dangerous in the last corners of races. They are watching everyone else and not watching the corner. Alex crashed and I had a box seat watching it, so I took the corner hard and got through but no one else could see and they all crashed. They had an absolutely brilliant lead out but they were too busy watching us and not the corner."
One of those involved in the crash was Astana's Chris Horner who did finish the race, but clearly holding his arm. Horner was taken to an area hospital where he was shown to have a broken collarbone.