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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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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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