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World Champion Cavendish wins first sprint stage

Tournai, Belgium – Every year cycling pundits tell the cycling world that this is the year that someone will dethrone Mark Cavendish as cycling’s best sprinter and every year he proves them wrong. Such was the case today when Cavendish … Continue reading

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Sagan wins Tour’s first stage

Seraing, Belgium – Peter Sagan continues his remarkable 2012 campaign winning the first stage of the 2012 Tour de France, pipping Fabian Cancellara and Edvald Boasson Hagen at the line. Cancellara gapped the main field on the day’s final climb, however, … Continue reading

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Cancellara decimates field in Tour de France prologue

Liege, Belgium – Time trial stalwart Fabian Cancellara destroyed the world’s best riders completing the short 6.4 km prologue an amazing seven seconds faster than overall favorite Bradley Wiggins. Last years Tour de France winner Cadel Evans finished in a … Continue reading

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Cavendish in green as the Pyrenees loom

Mark Cavendish won his third victory in this year’s tour in dominating fashion to take the coveted maillot vert. It was another rain-soaked day inFranceand the GC favorites just wanted to stay out of harm with an epic stage in … Continue reading

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Is Contador using the Landis defense?

The more I think about the absurdity of three-time Tour de France winner Alberto Contador’s defense, the more laughable it becomes. Does he really expect us to believe that he just happened to eat beef, that was brought in special … Continue reading

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Mark Cavendish is a bad Manx

Mark Cavendish significantly closed the gap in the points competition with an emphatic win in today’s stage 18 in Bordeaux. Without his lead out man Mark Renshaw to deliver him to the finish; Cavendish deftly maneuvered from wheel to wheel in … Continue reading

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The Armstrong/Contador group has caught the Cancellara Group

The Armstrong/Contador group has caught the Cancellara Group. It appears that the main field has sat up to allow everything to come back together. What does that do for Chavanel? He is likely to be the new leader and is … Continue reading

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