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McEwen Triumphs in Stage 7

In another day for the sprinters, Australian Robbie McEwen (Davitamon-Lotto) took the seventh stage of the Tour de France in a dash to the finish line to win another pair of kisses on the podium. [...

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Jul 8, 2005

Major Crash in Final Moments Ends Drama of Stage 6

A massive pileup crippled the leaders in the rain-slicked final turn of Thursday's Stage 6, handing the day's victory to a relatively unknown Italian rider, Lorenzo Bernucci, from team Fassa-Bortolo...

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Jul 7, 2005

McEwen Beats Boonen on the Line to Win Stage 5

In a day for the sprinters, Davitamon-Lotto's Robbie McEwen edged out his green jersey rival Tom Boonen by half a wheel in a dramatic dash to the finish line to capture stage 5 of the Tour de France...

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Jul 6, 2005

Discovery Channel Wins Stage 4 Team Time Trial

Team Discovery Channel has won Stage 4 in the fastest team time-trial in Tour de France history with a time of one hour, ten minutes, and 39 seconds, finishing just two seconds ahead of Team CSC,...

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Jul 5, 2005

Armstrong Wins Sixth Tour de France

U.S. Postal's Lance Armstrong won an unprecedented sixth consecutive Tour de France Sunday, besting his closest competitor by over six minutes in the overall standings. "Everything went perfectly,"...

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Jul 25, 2004

Mercado Wins Stage 18; Armstrong Still in Yellow

Juan Miguel Mercado (Quick Step -Davitamon) won his first stage of the 2004 Tour de France Friday over Vicente Garcia-Acosta (Illes Baleares-Banesto) in a mad dash for the finish on the 104-mile...

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Jul 23, 2004

Armstrong Wins Stage 17, Stays in Yellow

Lance Armstrong won his fourth stage of the 2004 Tour Thursday, blasting across the finish line of the 128-mile Stage 17 from Bourg d'Oisans to Le Grand Bornand inches ahead of his rivals. The win...

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Jul 22, 2004

Armstrong Buries Competition in Individual Time Trial

Five-time Tour de France champ Lance Armstrong snuffed out any question of whether he has a sixth Tour win in him Wednesday as he buried his closest rivals on Stage 16's 10-mile L'Alpe d'Huez time...

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Jul 21, 2004

Armstrong Sprints to Stage 15 Win, Wears Yellow

Five-time Tour de France winner Lance Armstrong found himself in a familiar color Tuesday. The U.S. Postal team leader won the 113-mile Stage 15 from Valréas to Villard-de-Lans, surging past the...

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Jul 20, 2004

Aitor Gonzalez Takes Stage 14; Armstrong Still in Second

After spending two days in the Pyrenees, five-time Tour de France winner Lance Armstrong (U.S. Postal) and the rest of the riders in the 2004 Tour got a break from the mountains Sunday as they made...

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Jul 18, 2004

Armstrong Wins Stage 13; Hamilton Quits Tour

Five-time Tour winner Lance Armstrong won his first stage of the 2004 Tour Saturday, edging out CSC's Ivan Basso on the 128-mile mountain course from Lannemezan to Plateau de Beille. Although...

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Jul 17, 2004

Virenque Posts Stage 10 Bastille Day Win

Frenchman Richard Virenque (Quick Step) won the first mountain stage of the 2004 Tour de France Wednesday, Bastille Day, edging out the rest of the peloton and posting one of the longest successful...

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Jul 14, 2004