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Wiggins Wins Criterium du Dauphine

British cyclist earns second consecutive victory

On Sunday, British cyclist Bradley Wiggins (Team Sky) won his second consecutive Criterium du Dauphine overall title. Daniel Moreno (Katusha) won the final stage of the race but was unable to upset Wiggins, who easily defended his position. Wiggins' teammate Michael Rogers took second overall and Cadel Evans (BMC Racing Team) finished in third place. Andy Schleck, the 2010 Tour de France winner, dropped out of the race on Saturday. He had recently revealed he missed a week of training in May due to knee problems. Wiggins is considered a favorite for the Tour de France next month.

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