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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
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
The hell of the north turned out to be the decisive stage we all thought it would be. The one saving grace for this year’s tour contenders may be that if anything can go wrong, it can, and will – it’s just a matter of when.
Upon finishing, American Levi Leipheimer was interviewed by Versus and commented “that we were racing on goat paths – apparently the race organizers like to see us bleed.”
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
Sylvan Chavanel has dropped his breakaway companion and is likely to solo on to the stage win. There are multiple groups behind, Cancellara is in the next group with a few teammates. Armstrong, Contador, and several others are in a … Continue reading
Vande Velde, Andy Schleck, Petacchi and several others went down. No word on Armstrong & Contador yet… More to come