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Cadel Evans is bracing himself for three days of tortuous defenceof his Tour de France lead in the Alps, starting today. (The Age — 20 July, 2008)
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Evans above, the Alps loom
Evans above, the Alps loom

CADEL EVANS is bracing himself for a gruelling three days as hedefends his Tour de France lead in the Alps from a carefullyplanned assault by Luxembourg’s Frank Schleck and his CSC team. (Sydney Morning Herald — 20 July, 2008)
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Cadel Evans acknowledges alliances could play an important role ashe battles to keep his Tour de France title quest on track throughthe key climbing stages in the Alps. – Brisbane Times (The Brisbane Times — 23 hours ago)
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Cadel Evans can afford to lose the lead this week and still beconfident of becoming Australian’s first Tour de France winner. (The Age — 17 hours ago)
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Australian Tour de France leader Cadel Evans realises that his teamwill be stretched from the moment he rides into the Alps onMonday’s 15th stage that will finish in Italy. (The Age — 20 July, 2008)
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CADEL EVANS can afford to lose the race lead and one minute in theAlps of the Tour de France and still start Saturday’s time trialconfident of becoming the first Australian winner in Paris nextSunday. (Sydney Morning Herald — 17 hours ago)
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Frank Schleck, who started the day just one second behind Cadel Evans in the overall standings, rode into the yellow jersey for the first time in his career. (New York Times — 11 hours ago)
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CADEL EVANS has added extra spice to the battle for the yellowjersey by publicly questioning whether the crack CSC team has thebest rider in the race. (Sydney Morning Herald — 17 July, 2008)
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FOR years Cadel Evans dreamed of wearing the Tour de Franceleader’s jersey. But after less than 90 minutes in the fabledyellow strip, the Australian was keen to surrender it to anotherteam. (Sydney Morning Herald — 18 July, 2008)
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Cadel Evans retains yellow jersey after finishing with the pelotonin the 11th stage. – Brisbane Times (The Brisbane Times — 17 July, 2008)
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Cadel Evans has made the extraordinary admission that he attemptedto surrender the yellow jersey to another rider on Wednesday’sstage. (The Age — 18 July, 2008)
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Australian Cadel Evans retained the leader’s yellow jersey in theTour de France today after finishing with the peloton in the 11thstage won by Norwegian Kurt-Asle Arvesen. (The Age — 17 July, 2008)
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Sprint specialist Oscar Freire of Spain wins the 14th stage of theTour de France with Australia’s Cadel Evans keeping the yellowjersey. (The Age — 20 July, 2008)
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