Slovakian cyclist Peter Sagan sprinted to a third-consecutive stage win in the Tour of California on Tuesday. Sagan, 22, who rides for Liquigas-Cannondale, said the victory came as a surprise. "This race is very hard for me," he told the Los Angeles Times. "The long climbs and the time trial are not so good for me." The tour continues Wednesday with stage four's 130.2-mile marathon ride from Sonora to Clovis.
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