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Gerrans wins stage as Cadel stays in touch

June 8, 2018
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AUSTRALIA’S run of glory at the Tour de France continued with SimonGerrans surprising himself – let alone everyone else – by winningthe first stage in the Alps by outsprinting two fellow breakaways. (Sydney Morning Herald — 21 July, 2008)
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Frank Schleck takes yellow jersey from Cadel Evans after thrilling15th stage. – Brisbane Times (The Brisbane Times — 21 July, 2008)
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Gerrans wins stage as Cadel stays in touchGerrans wins stage as Cadel stays in touch

In the middle of three brutal days in the Alps of the Tour deFrance, Cadel Evans dared to give his rival CSC team a verbaltickle-up that smacked of either glowing confidence oraudaciousness for what awaits. (The Age — 23 July, 2008)
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SIMON GERRANS was like a boy in a lolly shop. After being grantedfree rein by his team to seek a Tour de France stage win and thenpulling off the feat in the very first Alpine stage, he wantedmore. (Sydney Morning Herald — 22 July, 2008)
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CADEL EVANS may have lost the yellow jersey as overall race leaderof the Tour de France, but he may now be in a better position to bewearing the coveted strip when the race ends next Sunday. (Sydney Morning Herald — 22 July, 2008)
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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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AFTER the first of three brutal days in the Alps, Cadel Evans hasdared to give his rival CSC team a verbal tickle-up that smacked ofeither glowing confidence or audacity. – Brisbane Times (The Brisbane Times — 23 July, 2008)
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CADEL Evans acknowledges alliances could play an important rolekeeping his Tour de France title quest on track through the Alpsthis week. (The Age — 21 July, 2008)
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French rider Cyril Dessel won today’s 16th stage of the Tour deFrance, with Franck Schleck retaining the yellow jersey andAustralian Cadel Evans remaining in third. (Sydney Morning Herald — 23 July, 2008)
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