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Van Hout Tour of Italy bid falls short

October 3, 2018
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Australian cyclist Russell Van Hout has made a brave bid to stealvictory in the third stage of the Tour of Italy. – (Sydney Morning Herald — 11 May, 2005)
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Italian riders took control of the Giro d’Italia with Danilo Di Luca winning the third stage and Paolo Bettini reclaiming the leader’s pink jersey. (CNN — 11 May, 2005)
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Liquigas rider Danilo di Luca thrilled his home crowd as he won the fifth stage of the Giro dItalia, to take the overall leader’s pink jersey. (CNN — 13 May, 2005)
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Spaniard Koldo Gil emerged triumphant from the first major climb of the Giro d’Italia, winning the 211 km stage to Pistoia, and Italy’s Danilo Di Luca regained the race leader’s pink jersey. (CNN — 15 May, 2005)
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Italy’s Luca Mazzanti won a dramatic fourth stage of the Giro d’Italia on Wednesday after compatriot Paolo Bettini was disqualified from first place for “irregular sprinting.”. (CNN — 12 May, 2005)
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Italian cyclist Danilo Di Luca has claimed the leader’s pink jersey aftyer winning the fifth stage of the Giro d’Italia (The Australian — 13 May, 2005)
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Aussie cyclist Baden Cooke refuses to accept race leader PaoloBettini’s explanation after a high speed crash cost him a likelystage win in the Tour of Italy. – (Sydney Morning Herald — 12 May, 2005)
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Furious Australian Baden Cooke refused to accept race leader PaoloBettini’s explanation after a high-speed crash cost him a likelystage win in the Tour of Italy on Wednesday. – (Sydney Morning Herald — 13 May, 2005)
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Australian cyclist Baden Cooke was an angry man after a controversial fourth stage of the Giro d’Italia overnight. (The Australian — 12 May, 2005)
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Australian cyclist Baden Cooke was in “agony” a day after his controversial crash in the Tour of Italy. (The Australian — 13 May, 2005)
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